Thank you for all your kind wishes. Some of you mentioned my sense of humor. I was a nurse many moons ago, our sense of humor is often the only thing we have left at the end of a shift. It gives us the strength to show up for the next shift come what may. I'm glad I have it as my fall back position because it is very handy right now.
I have got weepy and guess when it was.
Looking at my unkempt, lonely garden which I am not allowed to touch for another six weeks. The AMP has turned some of the beds over but he is rather busy being chief cook and bottle washer.
Hopping on the 'plane to Vancouver today for the next op. Did you know the hospital will not admit you if you show up with a puppy under your arm? They will, however, let children visit. I see no difference, both run up and down the halls and swing on the nurse call button. Very short sighted if you ask me but, of course, nobody is.