We had a busy hectic day on Wednesday getting Dear home from the hospital. He is very happy to be home. We have lots of new things to learn and it is tiring for him and for me. If my blog is quiet you will know why.
We are so very grateful and thankful for all the concern, prayers and encouragement we have received. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
We came home to snow on the ground at our Country Bungalow and to a freshly plowed path to our front door. Our neighbor did that for us. So thoughtful and sweet!
Thank you to our family Veteran, Andrew. We love you and are grateful for your service to our country. We especially thank you for loving our daughter.
Until my next post take care of each other, love one another.
10 thoughts on “Home”
I am glad you hubby arrived home safely, sending wishes for a quick recovery.
It is nice your neighbor helped clear the snow. God bless our veterans.
Take care, have a great day and happy weekend.
So glad y’all are home!
…home is the best place to be.
So glad that you’re home!
How nice to have thoughtful neighbors, too.
Take care and don’t worry about Blogdom. We’ll
keep the light on for you.
Good news. Take it easy. B x
Ellen, I am so glad that your hubby is home now! I understand the busyness. When Ron was released from the hospital after his 16-day stay (in 2015), we were so relieved . . . and yet, we had a long way to go towards recovery and resuming our “normal” life. It was tiring physically and emotionally. I will continue to pray for both of you . . .
Home is the best place to heal and recover. Good neighbours are such a great help! Take care, take time.
Glad to hear ‘Dear’ is now back home.
How nice of your neighbor to clear the path for you.
Your Dear looks happy to be going home. I know you are grateful to kind neighbors for clearing a path to your door. It takes time to adjust after such an ordeal. Do take care, Ellen.
So glad you’re home! Praying for strength for you and for a quick recovery for your Dear.