Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Checking in

Just checking in to let you know that we're doing well. Since Roger's arm leaves him like a one-armed-lumberjack-there is much to do so I can't stay to chat. I'll be back with more news tomorrow and a picture of a special birthday surprise from a darling friend that could not have come at a better time.
Roger's arm is still in a sling and everything is very tender, to say the least. He has metal staples in three places on the shoulder but virtually no scar. The openings look like little belly buttons(innies) but they are clear and clean-that's good news. Back to the Dr. next week and no driving- so we're having an unexpected vacation of sorts. Not one we would have planned but life could always be worse. I like "the glass half full" attitude right now. Besides, I kinda like having the old bear home. Thanks, again, for all the nice wishes. I'll leave you with a shot of the harbor from last week-there are twice as many boats now. Talk to you tomorrow.

6 comments:

Janet said...

Good to hear that all went well with the arm.

That picture of the harbor looks so inviting. That's something I wish for - to live near water.

Gerrie said...

I am so happy to hear that Roger is making good progress. He is lucky to have you to look after him. And when this is over, I am sure that you will be up for a special merit award - right?

QuiltingFitzy said...

I am SO glad to see things are progressing well for Roger. He is going to be one happy camper very, very soon.

I'm knee-deep in PT, I've regained some motion, he diagnosed it as "frozen". Hope that's all, and we're taking it day by day.

Enjoy your "down time"!

Darcie said...

A lucky man, that Roger...to have you right beside him all the way.

Gorgeous pic, Dee. Love the calm blue water and sky.

Jane Ann said...

Thanks for the update on the old bear. I see your wings and halo are sprouting too. He's a lucky man--but I bet he knows that.

Your harbor pictures just kill me. What a lovely place you live in!

Rian said...

Hurry back. Glad the old bear is making progress. Men can be such PITAs. At least mine is.