It must seem like I have fallen off the face of the earth, but no...still here!
Yes, it is so good to have that husband of mine home, though now the work is a little tougher as I am doing all that fetching, carrying, feeding, dispensing, helping, etc. Some days I feel a little dizzy, to be honest!!
He does have a Visiting Nurse three days a week to check progress on the rather large and impressive canyon in his abdomen, as well as the two other sites involved. He changes his dressings himself the other times with my assistance, though I do keep my eyes closed during part of that process.
We were sad Syracuse lost their game, but secretly I was relieved as hubby didn't expend a lot of energy with all the cheering (since there were not many opportunities for cheering).
Pleasant weather has been around which helps the spirits, and we actually have daffodils budding up and the noise of birds in the throes of spring "activities", ahem.
Kittens are doing great, growing well and are so endearing. Dogs are thrilled Dad is home, though Lexie has to be curtailed in her joy, as she has a big tail and the desire to get as close as possible to him.
Hope all is well in your neck of the woods, and we thank you again, most sincerely for your kind and lovely comments. I have the very best followers EVER!
Bright blessings from Robin!