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Discussion in 'ARCHIVE FORUM: Support discussions' started by Skye, Nov 10, 2007.
It could even be a whisky night!
Neat or diluted?
You have gone through so much and it is lovely to read something positive about John.
Blow the diet, eat, drink and enjoy your happy moment.
Love and best wishes
What is this word that Christine used - "diet" ?????
Dry ginger, I think. I'm out of training!
I am so sorry using that word, I forgot in hearing Hazel's good news about John that I must not use a rude word !!!!
Whisky or whiskey? As if I need to ask!
You will make it a double, I trust!
Such good news,Hazel..
So pleased to hear John is picking up...
Watch out!!! You'll be joining the staff before you know it!!!
Love Gigi xx
its lovely to hear your good news have a drink on me too
you deserve it
They keep offering me a tunic -- but not the salary to go with it!
So pleased to hear your news, and it's really uplifting to see/hear/read you in such a positive frame of mind.
Such good news for John too and glad to hear that his heels are getting better.
Good luck with the music therapy too - theres jut no stopping you!
Glad that you have had such a positive day.
I know what you mean about getting offered the tunic..often happens to me if staff ring in sick at the weekend. If I had full dislosure than I might be tempted at times....
Hope that it continues and enjoy the whisky and the training session..mm what a mix!
It`s good to hear your news Hazel. About time too.
Glen Livet or Macallan Hazel.
So glad there is some good news.
Love to you both,
Just to keep it in the frame
Thank you Cliff.
Talk about ups and downs!
Today was another wonderful day --- until 4.00.
My article was in the local paper -- only a few minor inaccuracies, and the photo was OK -- small enough not to show my wrinkles!
I went in and watched the music video, and was moved and thrilled by it -- I've posted about it in Resources.
John was bright and alert again at lunch time. I had a good afternoon chatting on Tea Room.
Then I went in at tea time, was called into the office and sat down. They've had the result of the latest swab on John's foot -- MRSA!
Well I has one and a half good days, and I'll remember them.
Why is it when things seem to be a little better, something else comes along.
MRSA what a shock.
I send you and John my love
Very best wishes
Oh no I do hope it clears up , wishing John the best xx
Oh Hazel - what terrible news for you and John.
And just when things seemed to be getting better. Will they need to give him more antibiotics??
Love to you both
Gosh Hazel I'm shocked - sorry to hear that, but treated quickly with antibiotics it will be fine. You don't expect to hear of MRSA in a Nursing home do you, or is that me being naive, I thought it was just hospitals that got this type of thing. Hope John recovers soon and good job they took the swab, so that you know and it can be treated quickly.
Thinking of you both.