My enforced vacation at this luxury spa is going as expected. All those tubes and wires have been disconnected successfully. But a lot of swelling, so I'm pretty uncomfortable. And I thought spas were to make you feel good! Missed two days and I've already fallen way behind on my blog reading, but I will catch up eventually and when I can get out share some pictures of our SNOW!
All the best til then.
All the best. Have a good rest. Hey, you don't have to shovel!!ReplyDelete
So you got yourself 'wired' at the Spa did you. With all this snow coming down you just may need yourself a snowplow escort back home by the end of the week. It's really snowing and blowing tonight here in Bayfield. All the best and don't forget to do your 'jumping jacks' in the morning.........ReplyDelete
I have been wondering how you were doing...maybe you'll be back to normal soon. Re the spider in my blogpost, she was big...it was not just the pictures. I wish now I had tried to get something beside her for comparison.ReplyDelete
Sounds good -- just don't let the swelling go to your head.ReplyDelete
Let the spa do all the healing, and hope those nurses know what a great guy you really are. Wires and tubes, all you need is a sound system. Hope you have a safe trip home. Many good wishes from way down south.ReplyDelete
Hello, I hope you heal and recover quickly. Lots of rest at a Spa would be nice.ReplyDelete
Take care and you'll soon be back outside.ReplyDelete
Been thinking about you. Glad all went well and hope you have a speedy recovery and your back to taking those pictures of the snow real soon. : )ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you're through the worst of it. At least that's my hope. :-)ReplyDelete
Just take your time and take care.ReplyDelete
Take your time and follow orders!ReplyDelete
Regarding your comment at my blog the other day, the new header features one of the ice dragon boats from last February's Winterlude.
Speedy recovery, FG. Take care.ReplyDelete
Make certain to not overdoing it when you do get out.ReplyDelete
Be Safe and Enjoy!
It's about time.
Hang in there. Sorry about your tubes. Listen to some good holiday music on some portable device and do not feel bad as you have also missed the news.ReplyDelete
All the best with your recovery. Keep your backside covered when you are out and walking the halls. The young nurses don't really like that. :)ReplyDelete
Take care and let the 'spa' take care of youReplyDelete
Best wishes for a speedy recovery. We'll be waiting right here for you. :-)ReplyDelete
Best wishes for a full recovery FG.ReplyDelete