One day at a time.
We all get frustrated but in the end it only raises our Blood Pressure.Be Safe and Enjoy!It's about time.
One day at a time and things will get much better.
We have no idea what you are going through but wish for you to stay strong and determined to get home asap. All the best, you have a bunch of followers!
The wise men further up the ladder of employment always think they know best. Take our place, a few weeks ago we bought a brand new washing machine. It had a fault,# 105 came up on the display screen, and it locked everything up. The repair man duly came ( he only visits our small town on a Thursday), he ran the troubleshooting program, and because it did not show that said " There wasn't a fault, and you will have to pay an $80 call out fee" I replied, when I rang there was a fault and I WILL NOT be paying . He left, 15 minutes later I did a load of washing, and Bingo!!! it did it again. Took a photo, phoned them, and yes, it needs a new part. But the simple fact was, the man did not believe me, as his test showed nothing wrong. I hope your pundits up North are better at solving any difficulty that may occur, and one day closer, that is exactly what we are saying down here. Your date might still be sooner than ours!!! Ignore the dross and focus on the good stuff!!!There might be a little nugget of gold somewhere.
Sorry to hear this, but I know you will get it straightened out. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you.
Hugs and prayers.Travel discussion would be apropos for me...I've bought a new touring motorcycle. Whoop.
Tomorrow is a new day. Keep the faith!
I imagine you are looking forward to fleeing the hospital.
Some days are like that, hang in there! You will get home someday! :)
Good luck on your discharge day! I am sure you are excited. Have a happy day!
Yep, 'those days' can be extra challenging.
Those 'one of those days' come in many forms with any one of them rarely putting a big smile on ones face.
Yay! looking at the dishcharge date! :)