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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

On the Other Side

Thanks for all the support for the berries. I've actually had quite a bit of time to work on my Joy Angels while sitting in the hospital. My DH has successfully come thru total knee replacement surgery and we are on the other side. He's still in the hospital, doing very well, and I'm trying to manage him, work and home :). It's all good.
This morning I saw this on my back porch and "stopped to smell the roses" and enjoy the beauty.
Have a great day,
-Karen

10 comments:

Lorri said...

Wishes for a quick recovery. I had knee replacement 4 weeks ago today! Im doing well and sure he will too.

Diane said...

I'm glad to hear everything is good with your husband. May it continue. the picture from your back porch is lovely. It's always good to stop and smell the roses! Helps keeps everything in perspective and the right order-for me anyway.

Lee Ann said...

"Christmas Cactus!" I adore those and try to grow them down here never having any success. Those are gorgeous!

Stephanie said...

Best wishes for a speedy recovery! Christmas Cactus? Beautiful.

Quilt Hollow said...

Every time I see a Christmas Cactus I can't help but think of the three HUGE ones dad had growing on his back indoor patio. They were the largest I'd ever seen.

Blessings to you and yours....best wishes for quick recovery!!!

Carla said...

So glad to hear that everything is going well with the knee replacement, Karen.

Janet said...

It's good to hear about your husband's surgery going so well. I love it when my catus flowers come out, they are so pretty.

Terry said...

I'm glad things are improving for your husband! Love your Chrsitmas cactus! :0)

MamaT said...

My Christmas cactus is blooming, too! Yours is beautiful! Hope your husband does well. Mine had total hip replacement 2 years ago and is doing great. Now I just need to get him in to get the other one done. Have a great Thanksgiving!

Vivian said...

Your back porch beauty is something I've never had the fun of growing. and I envy those who have them. They're so pretty.
Glad to read that your husband's recovery went well. I hope he's continued to mend and heal and grow strong. My DH has L total knee replacement in 6 days. He's so tired of hobbling up the steps.