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Thursday, 11 January 2018

He's home.

After a long and anxious wait I was finally allowed to bring hubby home this teatime.  Collating all his medications took the longest.  He has a new antibiotic to start this evening as well the existing one.

I have missed him and glad to have him home.  Thank you for all your support I have really appreciated it. X

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  1. I am so pleased, i am sure you will spoil him, xx

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    2. I've just peeled an orange for him! That must be love.😁

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  2. So glad to hear your hubby and you are much better, I expect you don't need people to say, go easy. Take care.

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    1. Thank you. I fully intend to take it easy and get back to full health. Tx

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  3. Very Good News Indeed. We know all about waiting for meds from hospital pharmacy!
    Now you can both rest and recover

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    1. Reading this evening's headlines about flu deaths is scary. It's certainly a bad one out there. A part from setting alarms for medication I won't be doing anything other than chilling. Tx

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  4. Brilliant. I know the wait for the meds is the worse thing, we have waited hours before now and all you want to do is get home isn't it?
    Speedy recovery to your hubby,
    Briony
    x

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    1. The ward sister said all that's needed is the pharmacy tick in the box. It's a whole different ball game if you have to have meds to come home!!!

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  5. Thank goodness, I hope you both are feeling well soon.

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    1. It's great news and I'm sure he'll go from strength to strength.

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  7. Glad you are both home and can now spend your time resting and getting fully better.

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    1. I set the sky box to record lots of films while he was in hospital, so he can rest and watch tv. Tx

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  8. So glad to hear your news. hope you will both be better soon.

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  9. Thank heavens for that. So glad for you.
    J x

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    1. More tests to follow, lots of rest now. Thanks for your support. Tx

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  10. I'm so glad he is home. And you are right, this does seem to be a particularly scary flu doesn't it. At least the good part with you being retired is that I suppose neither of you have to go out much so you can both stay at home and rest. Good news indeed. Anna

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    1. Thanks Anna, I think since Christmas the scale of reported incidents of flu has grown dramatically. Two young people died this week. I'm so pleased I got him to the hospital.

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  11. I’ve only just caught up with your news, how dreadful for you both and what a worry. So glad to hear that hubbys home again, look after yourselves xx

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    1. Thanks Cheryl, it's been a fraught time but he's home.

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  12. Good news. Now you will be busy caring and building up your husband's health and energy.

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    1. Thank you. I've bought lots of fresh fruit and vitamins.

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  13. Best place for your DH, with you to look after him. He’s in his own bed as my MIL used to say, and there’s nothing to beat that when you are unwell. Healing thoughts to you both. Catriona

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    1. He's had a good night sleep I woke him for his meds at 4 and he went straight back to sleep.

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  14. Hi, I'm new to your blog and have just caught up. I'm very pleased your hubby is home. I hope you both get plenty of rest, good food and get well soon.

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    1. Thanks Polly, popped over to look at your blog, you are very clever! Would love to quilt like you.

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  15. Been away with the flu myself. Sorry things took a bad turn for your hubby. I'm glad he's better. And I'm glad you're getting better too.

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    1. It's not nice as you are probably aware. Hope you're getting better too.

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  16. That's lovely news so glad he's getting better now. All the best xx

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  17. What lovely news. I am so glad that he is home. Really once home among those they love people seem to get better much quicker.

    God bless.

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  18. That's great news. I hope he's doing well since he's been home and that you're recovering too. Don't try to do too much as something like this can take a long time to get over.

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  19. Really, really good news. I hope that the rest of 2018 is a lot less worrying for both of you. Jx

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