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RE: Back Home!

I am so Glad Chet came home for Xmas.... although I am sure it was not the
same as previous celebrations.

I know the medication schedule has to be effecting you. Hope you made a list
of day/time and what was needed. It was the only way I could keep it all
straight with the different quantities per day needed as they gradually
whine you off them. Sleep when he does, it is the only time you will have.

Allow your family to come. Many reasons, help for you, it will boost DH
moral, and give them the chance to be there- even with the possessive wife
it will give your son the incentive he needs. Everyone needs to come home
sometime, so let it be now.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
> Behalf Of Aplfgcnys@aol.com
> Sent: Monday, December 26, 2005 8:19 AM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Back Home!
> I'm so glad you had such a good visit in Florida, and that Jim
> could give you such a tour.  It's good to know that the season
> worked our right for some people.
> They dismissed my husband from the hospital on Christmas
> Eve - I'm sure it was because they were trying to get as many
> people out of there as possible.  I do sympathize with the
> hospital workers, but after all, that is their chosen profession.
> He is some better, and seems stronger each day, but the
> schedule of medications is daunting.  He still stubbornly
> says he's fine, but at least he hasn't insisted on going down
> the stairs yet.  One son - the one in upstate NY, came down
> Friday night and helped me get him home on Saturday, but
> he had to go back to his family.  I'm not arguing with that.
> My youngest, in Colorado wants to come at the end of this
> week.  It would be great for us to have him, but he has a
> family too - with two young children. and a very possessive
> wife, so I am not encouraging him.
>   Thanks to all of you for your interest and prayers.  I'm
> hanging in there.
> Auralie
> In a message dated 12/25/2005 11:11:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:
> Auralie, I hope your husband is recovering - you are right about that
> stubborn streak. My dad, I am convinced, knew he had lung cancer, but
> because he did not want my mother to deal with the transportation
> difficulties his hospitalization would have created (she did not
> drive) and he didn't want to "inconvenience" me, he told none of us
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