Tuesday, March 1, 2011

HE'S HOME

courtesy of winter-picture. net
I got to bring my hubby home this evening from the nursing home. I was so happy to get him home so that I don't have to keep running. I have to call the doctor's office to find out what the next course of action is going to be and get some prescription refilled. The nurses wanted to keep him which I can understand because he is easy to take care of. I am to take his sugar away from his diet. They don't understand, you can't give apple, orange and etc juices without it raising his blood sugar. I don't think they are to use to dealing with a diabetic.  The doctor ordered home health and I asked why. If we needed that, then was he really ready to come home as they had said. I think it is just one way of milking the insurance. We aren't going to have them come.
I asked him if he was ready to run a race with his grandsons, he said that not quite. It was the pick me upper that I needed.
I got my money back that I thought I had lost. It was found by who had given it to me. He knew who it belonged to by the way it was folded which made me happy. He is such a jewel because he is one that I can talk to when things aren't going good.
We  had a heat wave today and the snow melted really good today. It made it sloppy and muddy, but at least it was better then we have been having that is for sure. You all have a good day.

7 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

It sounds like you are relieved your husband is home. I think he will do better there anyway. My mother was in a nursing home for a short while and we just hated the 'care' she was given. Love can go a long way. I wish you all the best.

Thank you for your comments on my garden. Your brother sounds like the best. How nice to have those fresh veggies brought to you. I hope my garden is a success.

You take care now, my friend!

XO,
Janie

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Praise God Shirley that your hubby is home with you now. I know you are so relieved having him there.
Sounds like the nurses did not know how to deal with a diabetic and that is so scary in our day and age.
You might want to think about the home care just in case you get over whelmed with things. I know you are a sweetheart though and want to do it all yourself.
Love you sweetie your Texas friend
Maggie

Melody said...

I'm so happy John came home!!! The Docs probably want to keep a close eye on him. I'm sending an e-mail.
Your Blogpal,
Melody

Melody said...

Weelll Shirley, I tried sending you the e-mail, but it says it cannot find you, so I'll finish my message................
They sent a nurse for Dad too, They were not hep on the idea, but the Doc wanted it...seems he can keep closer tabs on Dad. Hope he's doing better since he's home today;) Can you send me your e-mail address? Mine is melody@brownginghamcreations.com

LuLu Kellogg said...

Hi Sweet Shirley! I am so glad your husband is home!! YIPPEE!!!

I am back from FL from the Marie Antoinette art event and am stationary for a wee bit so I am catching up on Blog visits!

Love,
LuLu~*xoxo

Marydon said...

G'morn Shirley ~ I have been remiss in writing, I apologize. TY for your sweet note & prayers. My family was from Polo, MO.

We are leaving for hospital in a few minutes.

Keep trying to 'follow', blogger has been having LOTS of issues this past couple of weeks. TY for this ...

Glad your husband is home, may all be for the best for him, & you. Prayers shared for you both, sweetie.

Huggers, Marydon

Michelle May said...

Happy! Happy! Joy! Joy!!!
I'm sooooooooooooooo happy for you sweets! May all be well and good!
xx, shell