Thursday, October 23, 2008

Ok, this ride is fun & all but...

Hubby is home!

I brought him home from the hosp yesterday. What a day that was!

On the way home a big truck changed lanes too soon & almost hit me. I slammed on the brakes & layed on the horn. I'm sure that wasn't much fun for hubby. Then we're on the interstate half way home & I spilled my coffee in the floor & all over my right leg. Note to self: stop drinking coffee while driving down interstate.

Needless to say my car will smell like hazelnut until I can get the carpet shampooed.

So I get hubby settled in at home and then go get his new prescriptions. They have to call the doc because they can't read his writting for one of the scripts. Ugh!

Wait, wait, wait.

Only to find out that it's an over the counter item. :[

Then back home (after spending an hour at the drug store) with his meds.

Then back to work after getting him set up with everything he could possibly need at home. Gotta take care of my man, you know!

Now, I'm so completely spent. My eating has been totally under control through it all, though. Can you believe it?

I've actually been able to get those 3 extra pounds off from my fun eating this past Saturday. Still haven't exercised any at all this week. I really want to go biking tomorrow morning. I got 10 hours of sleep last night but I still feel exausted. I only had to get up with hubby twice during the night. He's recuperating so well.

Then I had to spend 3 hours in the dentist's chair this morning. On top of everything else, I have a gum infection & 2 cavities! I'm so ready to get off of this ride!

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spunkysuzi said...

I can't believe your keeping yourself together through all this!! Way to go kiddo :)

Jenn said...

I think you need another vacation! One were you escape to someplace far, far away and forget about everything going on in your life for a while!

Lake Mary WWLeader said...

Kudos to both you and hubby for weighing in this morning! You are doing fantastic and I was thrilled to see him up and about even though he was not at full strength yet. Please keep up the good work and I hope that you are both feeling much better really soon!