Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Unexplained Absenses

Some of you may have noticed a temporary suspension on blogging on my part. There was a very good reason. It involved this -


All is well now, and proved to be a much less scary scenario than originally thought. Emily and I are home again, she is almost back to normal - and I was incredibly thankful to have a shower yesterday after three nights as a guest of the NHS.

And just so you know. The NHS is bloody brilliant. Everyone we met there was amazing, and I cannot fault them for a thing.

Normal service will resume shortly, I just have a wee bit of sleep to catch up on - and my mother came down to help out so we are going to hang out together as well.

Susan

50 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! I'm glad to hear that she's on the mend. I look forward to your next update, but not until after you're rested. Sleep is important. I would sleep till 9:30 every morning if I could.

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  2. Oh gosh I really hope she is ok. Take care.

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  3. I agree, the NHS is brilliant. You don't know how it is until you need it. I am so glad that everything is on the way back to recovery and I'm so glad your Mum is there to lend a hand. I hope your own bed is as wonderful as mine is whenever I've been a guest of the NHS.

    Hope the recovery all goes smoothly and everything is back normal soon.

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  4. Phew - glad to hear all is now well, and mum is there to mop a few fevered brows! Take car

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  5. Oh the poor love and poor you! I was going to email today and see if you were okay, but didn't want to seem like a nosey cow. Get some rest, blogging and swaps can wait xx

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  6. oh dear! hope all continues to improve xx

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  7. Goodness! Glad to hear everything's ok, though all looks fairly dramatic! Couldn't agree with you more about the NHS - one of the huge perks of living in Northern Ireland as far as I'm concerned!

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  8. Oh no, poor Emily! Glad she's ok, and hope you are too. Hugs R xxx

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  9. Hope you've both had a comfortable day today! You've been in my thought all,day :) big gentle hugs to yo both, and a special one for your mum x

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  10. Hope you're all feeling better.

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  11. Glad to hear everyone is home and on the mend!

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  12. Oh I hope Emily is on the mend, poor both of you being in hospital for 3 days! No wonder you are glad to be home.
    Hope all is well x

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  13. Never a dull moment! Glad you are home, sending well wishes for a speedy and full recovery xx

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  14. Hope Emily is feeling better and you've both got some sleep now! Oh and was it just me that thought - mmm shame Aneela doesn't design those bandages because a bit of walk in the woods would really jazz that up...:-)

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  15. Poor Emily. Love to you both and thank goodness for mums to help out. Di x

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  16. I'm so relieved to read that your chick is doing much better and that you can both go home.
    Talk with you soon,

    xoxo

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  17. I think the NHS should think about stocking the bandages my vet gets - far more interesting ;o) I've been sending get well soon thoughts all day - I hope she's well enough to enjoy a surprise visit from granny. Take care xx
    P.S. NHS is utterly marvellous, as are the people who work for it!

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  18. Hugs for you all, and yes the nhs are awesome, we hear too much about how rubbish they can be and not enought about the amazing things they do.

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  19. Enjoy your time with your mum and relax - you must be emotionally exhausted. Hugs to you all. xx

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  20. Glad to hear that Emily is on the mend! Hooray for the NHS. Hope you catch up with your sleep very quickly :)

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  21. Oh dear, glad all well now - good for you giving the NHS a cheer.

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  22. I hope you are both doing well today!, all the best!.

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  23. Oh no! I hope things are improving; looks very scary.

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  24. oh my that looks scary, ever so glad you're both home now and Emily's on the mend and that the NHS did you proud.

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  25. So glad you are home and that it turned out ok, be kind to yourself for a few days, the hospital is v hard on mums!

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  26. Good to know everything is on the mend now. Hope Emily recovers completely very soon, and that both of you can have a good rest.

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  27. Glad you are back where you belong xxx

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  28. Best wishes for Em's speedy recovery and your return to tip top condition too! Sleep is a marvelous healer! You are all in my thoughts.

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  29. So happy all is well again.

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  30. Oh gosh, glad to hear your little lady is home safe and sound.
    Sending lots of ((hugs)) because it sounds really a bit of a scary ordeal.
    Happy to hear that you had a great experience with the NHS.
    xxxx

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  31. Oh gosh, glad to hear she is feeling better. Hope you get some time to chill and relax a bit, bet it was very stressful for all involved.

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  32. Glad to hear you are home again - all the best for a quick recovery for Emily.

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  33. I am so glad you are both home! Just as I was hoping.

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  34. I agree they are awesome! Glad Emily is ok and you're all home safe and sound. Huge hugs xxx

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  35. So sorry to hear of your little interlude. Hope Emily get miles better soon!

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  36. omg - that's no good - hope she's feeling a lot better now and enjoying all the attention - and take care of you

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  37. hope Emily is feeling better hugs to you all :)))

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  38. I hope you are all feeling well again and it was not to dramatic what happened!

    Maybe I can cheer you up when I tell you I used your bundle for a quilt. Your bundle is brilliant. the quilt is just nice ;)

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  39. Wishing you all a speedy recovery (it's tough being a mum!). xx

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  40. So was an extraction required in the end? Hope it wasn't too sore anyway, gentle hugs!

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  41. I'm just so glad you guys are home safe and sound....and showered xx

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  42. Sending many warm wishes. Having spent months in hospital with my son after a serious car accident (who did have a miraculous recovery), I know it is just exhausting and worrying. Glad everything is OK. Get your rest.

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  43. Oh my! I hope Emily's doing better. Talk some time to catch up on sleep and take care of her. Hope to hear from you soon.
    Donna

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  44. Awww poor Emily and poor you! Hope all is back to normal soon x

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  45. Shhh we are about to get two new kittens. Don't tell my boys, they don't know. Wish we lived near by so they could help may things all better.

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  46. Ooh la, that looks a bit serious :-( glad Em's is on the mend now :-)

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  47. poor Emily I was wondering what was up?? oh dear so glad to hear you are both home now! The NHS is fab and we are so fortunate to have it! x

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