Wednesday, 16 November 2005

Wednesday late.

 

 

Good Evening, have been trying to write this since I got home from the hospital on and off.  I could not find a way to 'Add an Entry' I did find a sign on this time it was lurking off the page at the right hand side, its been there all the time no doubt silly me.  Just wanted to thank you all for all the comments and emails you have sent me since Stuart has been ill.  He was in good spirits this afternoon when I was up and I have just had a phone call from my our son and his wife they have been in this evening to see Stu and they said he was fine.  Hope he gets more sleep tonight he was telling me the man accross from him in the ward is on water pills and was up and down 100 times during the night. When he did get to sleep someone came and wakened him up to take blood they had a long conversation and he told Stu to just call he The Vampire so I am pleased that at least Stu has not lost his sence of humour.  Well I will close now and with you all Good Night and hope this saves after all my typing.  Love

7 comments:

sylviam4000 said...

Night, night  Joan, sleep tight.
Sylvia xx

jeadie05 said...

Ihope Stuart continues to make good progress and that you can remain strong ,your in my prayers both of you ............with love Jan xx

adlessor said...

Glad to hear that Stuart is in good spirits.   That's always a good sign.   Sleep well, you must be tired.      Dawn

ally123130585918 said...

Joan so glad Stu is in good spirits, - you take care.....Ally

sarajanesmiles said...

I like the vampire thing ;o)
Glad that Stuart is doing well, under the circumstances, and that his spirits are high, that can make such a huge difference can't it.  Take care my dear, keep us informed when you can.  Thinking of you.
Sara   x

jeanno43 said...

Glad Stu is doing well.  Hospitals, you can never get any sleep in them!

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jmoqueen said...

Glad stu's still got his sense of humour.  I remember when I was younger and in hospital.  This one nurse had really squeaky shoes especially at night and we called him 'squeaky shoes' original huh?  LOL..........