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Sunday, May 4, 2014

Two Weeks Lost

Things have been a little crazy around here lately.  I've been having some medical issues and my DH went in last Tues for his third surgery in 8 months on his left shoulder.  They did a reverse shoulder procedure and it was a total success.  He came home Friday and is doing well.  They did put another picc line in and so we're back on the IV antibiotics again.  But hopefully only for 10 days.  Then on Tues night we had an historic storm hit Pensacola and dump 26.81 inches of rain!  It was really unbelievable.  Many roads are washed out and hundreds of homes were flooded.  It's so sad.  Our house did fine, Praise God.  I don't think I could handle one more thing.  I've realized that I know I'm sick when I can't even find the strength to do hand work.  The doctor is running tests on me, so far all they've found was a serious UTI.  I'm on antibiotics for that, but she thinks something else may be going on.
So I'll end with pictures of my sweet grandies when they were here for Easter.
We had such a good time.
Hopefully all will be back to normal soon.  And maybe I'll even get to do some quilting!
Karen

14 comments:

Diane said...

Beautiful grands. It's scary to be sick and not know what the cause is; and then the mind starts to go wander where it should not. Praying that all will be well and God's grace and peace to you.
hugs
Diane

audrey said...

Take care!

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

Praying that there's nothing else going on with you and for a speedy recovery for your hubby. I know how it can be impossible to quilt when your body or your mind won't cooperate (I've got a family situation going on right now that's weighing heavily ... I have trouble finding the focus to do any kind of sewing/quilting).

Jan said...

Know that I'm thinking of you, and praying for answers to your health concerns to be a simple, minor fix.
Spending time with your cutie grand kids must be a boost.

Diane said...

So sorry to hear you are not feeling well but very relieved to know that your home survived that horrible storm. Take care.

Dianne Mitzel said...

The babies are adorable,know you loved having them there!I have had you on my mind, hope they find out soon what the problem is. So glad to hear your hubby had a successful surgery, I know that makes you very happy..So sorry about the flooding that took place there, it was just heartbreaking. Keep me posted.
diannemitzel1@hotmail.com

Every Stitch said...

So sorry to hear of your health worries - take care. Good news that DH is on the mend.

Carla said...

Karen, I'll be praying for you to get to the bottom of your illness and that you'll be feeling better soon. What a relief that your husband is nearing the end of his ordeal. The rain sounds so extreme but glad that you don't have any damage to deal with.

pandchintz said...

Do hope you can get to the bottom of your health problems soon and that you and DH are feeling better very quickly! Gorgeous grandies.

Ruth said...

I'm glad to hear you didn't get flooded out - neither did DS/DIL. I hope the doctor's find out what else might be causing your problem and that you get back to health soon.

Carol Stearns said...

I agree, the storms were horrendous. Here's hoping you both feel better soon!

Miriam said...

Take care Karen. I hope you are back to your old self soon!

Great photos.

Marie said...

Oh, there's nothing worse than not feeling up to snuff. Hope you are both on the road to recovery very soon. Such cute grandchildren!

Karen said...

I am glad to know your DH's surgery went well and that your home was not part of the flooding. I didn't realize your rain total was so much.

I hope you get to feeling better. You have such a full plate, you don't need to be down and out for long.