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"Returned after 54 days ".

Friday, June 19, 2015

These 54 days have certainly flown by. Here is the time line: May 20th - last day of school. Closed on a home that day and buyer got her keys. Yeah. May 22nd - Sold a new build to a wonderful couple from Chicago, their home will be completed in Sept. May 15th - 19th lots of cleaning, made 20 freezer meals hubby can not cook. At least we have food while I recuperate from my surgery. May 20th - checked into day surgery at 6:30 am, bunionectomy went great home by 11:00. I slept for the first week with my foot elavated 24/7 for three weeks. Stitches out and pin removed finally moving around with out the boot. I have graduated to my little blue shoe. This is my first week driving. Yipee. Foot gets tired but I am doing good. Almost time to return to work, summer break offically ends July 8th. So blessed that my hubby and pups took good care of me.
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    Thanks everyone for the warm welcome. On with the journey.
    2232 days ago
    emoticon So glad to hear your surgery went well and that you're on the road to recovery. Glad your DH was able to take such good care of you. Enjoy the rest of your time off.
    2232 days ago
  • ANGGEL40
    Well Bless your heart, I had no idea, so glad that your surgery went well! it's good to have a wonderful Hubby to help...Welcome back and take your time! God Bless! emoticon emoticon
    2233 days ago
    emoticon Martha!!! Glad everything is going well for you. Hope the recovery is speeded up so you are back to yourself soon!!! Smart of you to prepare ahead of time!!!! emoticon Also great on the 5 lb. loss!!! You are doing emoticon !! So Happy that you have such a good DH and pups to take care of you!!!

    emoticon my friend!

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    2233 days ago
  • AJB121299
    Welcome back
    2233 days ago
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