Friday, July 20, 2007

Bringing it All Back Home

I brought Hubby home from the hospital in time for dinner!

Hubby was discarged on oral antibiotics, the Flagyl and Cipro, for the next 10 days, and can start to eat again, slowly. 

We are all just happy and relieved that he is home from the hospital. 

After dinner, I layed down and napped from 6 - 8pm... I was exhausted.   Stress, and not much sleep last night, or this week, caught up with me!

Thank you all for your kind comments and support!  I really appreciate it!  You are awesome!

be well,
Dawn

29 comments:

tenyearnap said...

I'm glad your man is home. You should be tired! Take care--Cin

helmswondermom said...

I'm so glad he's home.  I hope you guys have a nice, restful weekend.
Lori

toonguykc said...

You deserve a month of relaxing, crisis-free days at the very least!!  (crossing fingers)

xx
Russ

gazker said...

We need to organise that cruise ship, remeber the one?
Gaz xxxxxx

coelha said...

There is nothing like a good night's sleep with everyone under the same roof!  I hope you have a great weekend!  Julie :)  

eml625 said...

Glad to hear he's home. Relax this weekend
be well
Ellen

thebaabee said...

I am happy to read that your husband is home and I hope in NO pain.  That Flagyl and Cipro works wonders on divterticulitis.  Did they give him a special diet for diverticulitis?  Some physicians say no foods with tiny seeds.  Some say it doesn't matter.  This must have been rough on you as well.  It's great that he is home because we are always more comfortable in our own bed and home.  Hugs, Lu
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ksgal3133 said...

I am so sorry that this is happening. Great news that he is home. Sending many prayers his way!

Hugs,
Gretchen

swmpgrly said...

hope he continues to do well

chat2missie said...

So glad he's home.  Enjoy your weekend by relaxing.
Missie

rdautumnsage said...

Sorry to hear hubby is back where he started. Keeping him in my prayers on the smoke! Get some rest dear heart it's been a strenuous few days. (Hugs) Indigo

adlessor said...

Hopefully you can relax a bit now that hubby is home.  Have a good weekend.
Dawn               http://journals.aol.com/adlessor/ACoupleofNomads

deshelestraci said...

Bless you and yours!  I know that it is as exhausting for the caregiver as for the one in the hospital!  Hope you all recover some today.
Traci

sugarsweet056 said...

Happy hubby is home. Now you try & get a little rest!
Hugs,
Sugar

nightmaremom said...

so glad the man is home :)  You rest up now!
hugs
d

dpoem said...

Glad the Hubby's home (and I believe you're the first woman I've ever said that to.  Go figure).  However, you might want to keep that Cipro talk to a minimum, otherwise Paris Hilton will be banging on your door.  

-Dan
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ktkamanski said...

Happy to hear hubby is safe and sound back at home! Take care of yourself and enjoy your weekend! Have a happy one!
Katie

klconard1 said...

Rejoicing with you that the hubby is safely back home and praying you can all get some rest and the antibiotics work well.
loving you
karyl

wfhbear said...

Glad your Husband is home and mending. I have had the same experience a couple times. I was given the same drugs but, both times was kept in the hospital on IV for five days. It is not fun. He will be very tired and probably have "The Sweats" for a couple days. My wish for the best for him and the rest of you too! Regards, Bill & Libby.

jckfrstross said...

great news:) enjoy your weekend

Deb

pharmolo said...

I'm pleased your hubby is home now. Keep him away from all alcoholic drinks - if he doesn't he'll feel mighty ill.

cacklinrosie101 said...

Ugh, Dawn, I'm finally getting caught up with my reading.  Sheesh...what a week for all of you.  Glad your hubby got taken care of and is home again.  LOL at the drugs and the food and the plasma tv.  Hope the boys weren't too disappointed at being home but I know their super happy their daddy is ok.

You were wise not to e-mail Pumpkin's friend.  Let me tell you, I've been through this so many times with both my girls at that age and even older.  Jr. Hi is a nightmare with girls also.  It's best just to let it go.  The girls work it out on their own.  They tend to forget far faster than we mama's do.  Hang in there.  Hugs and Love, Chris

tlgf1968 said...

holy smokes!  you don't need an amusement park ... you've had your own rollercoaster of your very own all week!  bet you haven't even had time to think about cracking open the new potter, have you ;)

jibaro6543 said...

So glad Hubby is home...I am sure that is a major relief for you all...I will keep him in my prayers.....take care!
-Ellie

topazscorpio27 said...

Glad your sweetie's okay!  Being in the hospital sucks.  -Dawn-

sangrialel said...

Take care of yourself too!  Linda

emabecmar said...

happy to hear your hubby is home, now you get some rest too. ((((((hugs))))))
Cindy

nay0114 said...

Glad everything worked out.
Take care, Chrissie

lindaggeorge said...

Hope the tablets do the trick.

Linda x.