Not a blog; just a journal
Glad to hear she's laughing at anything - bing in hospital sucks. We're checkin' on her, so thanks for updating us!~Erin
All the best Cheryl! You look after yourself, y'hear?!?
Tell her to get well or face the wrath of Bulb
One of the most important things you can have in hospital is a sense of humour.Glad she's "upbeat"!
Hi this Axeman from homeworking .com.Pass my best wishes onto Millysoo for me please.Good Luck. X
I read recently that Brits are healthier than us Americans. Tell Cheryl she has to get well right away or she'll be throwing off the country's statistics.
Bless give her a great big cwtch from me!
Get well soon Cheryl! Big hugs, and I can sympathise with the caged animal bit. Hope you'll be back online soon.
My mum had an angioplasti last year and it made a tremendous difference right away to the way she felt physically. All the little niggles Cheryl's been having could have been part of this so hopefully she's on the mend now. Still all very frightening for everyone - if you need anything you know where I am.
Give her my love ...
I spent eight days in hospital last month and would have gone mad but for my laptop. Hope you've got yours, Cheryl.I didn't have any angioplasty, but I do know how to spell it.Here's wishing you a swift recovery.Billy.
I'm very glad to hear about the laughing. It has been scientifically proven that laughing is good for the health.Did you take her that notebook? Being in hospital is bad enough on its own, but being stuck in hospital without being able to write would be pure hell.And thank you so much for keeping us posted. The last few days this (and your blog) are the first places I check when I get up and when I get home from work, whether or not Bloglines show new posts.
HOLY SH*T Just catching up on blogs and read about your "turn" hope you feel better and the best medical advice I can give you is:-Breath in, breath out,Breath in, breath out,Breath in, breath out and repeatSteve xxx
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