Saturday, February 21, 2009

Dear friends

It sure is nice to be home. I've built a nice nest on my sofa with my wiener dogs and books, blankets and computer. My hip is very sore and I hobble around with my snappy new cane though I can't get very far. I ask your prayers for my husband. He has to do everything around the house plus work two jobs. 

I am so grateful to all of you for the prayers and kind words. I will write more soon. I'm just so emotional right now.

Love and blessings,
Roseann

21 comments:

Joan said...

Ro~~ So GLAD that you are home! Prayers ascending.

Joan

Göran Koch-Swahne said...

Prayers and Joy!

MadPriest said...

Emotional?
Pull yourself together, woman!
Remember the Alamo!

Great to have you back home and blogging again. We need you around to control the unruly elements like Grandmere Mimi. They were particularly naughty while you were in hospital.

Paul said...

It is a great joy to read that you are home again. I just saw the news this morning at Mimi's and MP's. Many blessings on mending and patience and strength for both of you.

Tracie "Red" Holladay said...

Huzzah!! You are home!

:happy dance:

Ya know, both of my parents told me that the hospital is the LAST place you go if you need to get any rest. I can't begin to imagine how exhausted you are.

You just snuggle into your nest and heal. :)

Grandmère Mimi said...

Roseann, it's great to "hear" your voice again. Of course, you're emotional. I am, too. Prayers continue for you and your husband. Write when you feel like it, love.

susan s. said...

It's always nice to build your nest in a place where you know it can be permanent. Glad you're home. Prayers for you and your husband.

Bless his heart, MadPriest must learn his United States geography. Poor thing doesn't even know where the Alamo is! Shall we send him a map?

KJ said...

Glad you've made it back home. Thanks be to God!

ignore the Mad One, and full recovery is assured.

Lois Keen said...

Alleluia! This is truly great news, Roseann - nothing better than one's own home. Prayers continue all around.

it's margaret said...

Welcome home Roseann! Rest well, be well. God bless you!

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

Glad to see you back. Prayers ascending.

DaYouthGuy said...

Yay! Home is always better. You and your husband remain in my prayers.

Kirkepiscatoid said...

Home is always better. No phlebotomists waking you up, no nurses pestering you, no doctors rounding at strange hours. Rest!

Janis Bland said...

::tucking the quilt around you and rearranging weiner dogs::

Love,
Janis

BooCat said...

Prayers all around for everyone. Glad that you are back home.

Wormwood's Doxy said...

Excellent news! Welcome home, Roseann!

Prayers continue for you and your husband.

Pax,
Doxy

Arkansas Hillbilly said...

Roseanne,

Welcome home! Just wanted to drop you a quick line and let you know we're still praying for you up here in the sticks too...

Jane R said...

So glad you are home! +Maya Pavlova continues to send purrs and blesses you from afar with her soft white paws.

DanG said...

I'm glad to see that you are home. We in southeastern Oregon have been praying for you, and they will continue until you are completely whole and healthy.

Erika Baker said...

This time, try to stay home a little longer:-))

It's so so good to see you write again. Continued prayers for you, your husband and everyone else who is part of this roller coaster of emotions and practical care.

Tracie "Red" Holladay said...

Is she back?

I didn't think she was back yet after her second round in the hospital.