Friday, November 16, 2012

My Mother Was Discharged -- Hooray

Home has never looked so good. The pets were happy to see my mom and now we can concentrate on getting back to normal. Anna says she feels surprisingly good! The staff at the hospital loved her. She was a model patient since she was a nurse herself at one time. Thanks for all of your wonderful notes and your prayers.
The curved tree on the far left is the one that came crashing down during Hurricane Sandy. That was one I never considered would be a potential problem. Luckily the damage was minimal...just some scraped shingles. It was definitely guided by angels.
It's SO good to be home again! Sigh.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

So happy you both are home and comfortable again. Have a blessed weekend! Sara, Ohio

jean said...

I'm happy for you both! There is no place like HOME! I know the feeling. We must both be homebodies. So glad that tree didn't do much damage, either. So many people don't get to be in their homes now : ( Happy, cozy homelife to you and your Mom, Rosemary!!

ladyhawthorne said...

I'm so glad she's better! Give her a hug from me.

Kristin_Texas said...

Glad to hear she's been discharged! My mother was in the ER a few weeks ago, too. Severe dehydration and heat stroke. We almost lost her, and she's still not 100% yet.

It is FRIGHTENING when you come so close to possibly losing a parent. I'm really glad your Mom is okay.

Kristin

Garden, Home and Party said...

Rosemary,
I didn't know your mom was a nurse in her career days, that's great. I'm so relieved to hear she's home and well on the way to recovery...with the love of her family surrounding her I'm sure she'll be good as new by weekends end.
Enjoy the weekend.
Karen

tammy j said...

they say doctors make the worst patients and nurses make the best ones! LOL. she'll get it.
my grandmother was a nurse. and she always said that.
i love the picture of your darling cottage. and now everyone who is supposed to be there is there.
we are thankful this thanksgiving!
love,
tam

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Wonderful news!!!!!! I hope you have a fabulous weekend!

Elizabeth

Anonymous said...

Purple Martin Farm Cottagers are relieved all well with you and Anna.
And Love from Zoe to Webster

Anonymous said...

This news is music to my ears. Home and it's comforts will top off the cure to be sure. We shall all sleep contentedly this night knowing that Anna is well and safely returned to the cottage.
Linda






Linda in AZ * said...

*** I must DITTO everyone above... WHAT WONDERFUL NEWS, and definitely something to celebrate on "THANKSGIVING"!!!

Warmest,
Linda in AZ *
bellesmom1234@comcast.net

Alette said...

Dear R.,
I've just opened your page and see all the news... My goodness! In a few days your world went upside down...
Thank God! Your Mom is home, safe and sound now.
Hope she feels good, everything is OK, and whatever it was that sent her to the Hospital is solved and got over.
All the best, for you both, and warm regards from a reader in Canada,
A.

Millie said...

Welcome home dear Anna - the cottage has not been content while we've not been graced by your presence.
Love Millie & MOTH across the blue Pacific.

Sue said...

Wonderful news. I know she must be very glad to be home.

Juniper said...


Oh Rosemary! I am so glad you and your lovely Mum are back home together safe and sound. Give her my best wishes for her speedy recovery! <3

Lee Owenby said...

So glad everyone is home and your life is returning to normal.

Marcy said...

What great news! Glad you are all back at home.

sandy lawrence said...

A thousand Hoorays!
And now on to the best and happiest of Thanksgivings for everyone (2 legs and 4 legs) under that lovely cottage roof!