Velvety roses amidst a fall "welcome home" bouquet from friends.
David is home, recovering after surgery. He is doing well, although there are many things to remember and warning signs to watch for...
I am fine exhausted. But most of all, I am grateful. Grateful for an excellent surgeon and wonderful nurses and kind ambulance drivers and attendants. Grateful for doctors' explanations and pharmacists' instructions in English. Grateful that I've been able to stay positive and remain cheerful for David's sake. Grateful for friends and neighbours who stepped in, when needed.
Thank you for your thoughts and prayers; for the many messages via email and text. Your support means more than you might imagine.