Kelly is still in the hospital and we talked several times today. She called earlier this morning and was hoping maybe she could come home today. She hadn't seen her doctor yet. Pheebs and I were just going through Goderich's McDonalds' drive-thru for a coffee to go when my cell phone rang. It was Kelly, and a doctor (not her liver doctor) had just been in to see her. He said they have not yet been able to locate the source of her internal bleeding so she will be staying right where she is for now. The fact it wasn't her liver doctor makes me wonder if this bleeding problem is a separate issue and maybe not a part of the liver problem at all. She has not had anything solid to eat since Thursday morning when she had two spoons of yogurt at home here. I asked her if she was feeling hungry but she said not really.
CAN YOU FIND MAMA GOOSE ON HER NEST KELLY'S DAUGHTER SABRA DROPPED IN TO SEE HER THIS AFTERNOON AND TOOK THIS PICTURE
|SABRA BROUGHT THESE FLOWERS AND ALSO RENTED A TV FOR KELLY TO WATCH|
|MAYBE NOT A WARM SUMMER DAY AT THE BEACH BUT TIME SPENT TOGETHER IS ALWAYS PRECIOUS|
|FREE OF CE AND SNOW AT LAST|
|'A-HA' SO THERE'S MAMA GOOSE|
|NOW CHECK BACK TO THE TOP PHOTO TO SEE IF YOU CAN SEE HER|
Apparently, University hospital only allows one visitor per day between the hours of 2 and 8 p.m. so I'm thinking if Kelly is going to be in there for any length of time I had better get my name on that list. Maybe I could get Pheebs name on that list too. I could tell them she's Kelly's service dog:))
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A frog walks into a bank. He goes to the only open teller and sees that her name is Paddy Whack. "Hey, listen," says the frog. "I really need a loan! I'm out of work, and my wife and tadpoles are at home starving! I need money so I can feed them and provide for them!" Now Paddy feels very sorry for the poor frog and asks him if he has any collateral. He holds up a small glass elephant. Paddy is a little surprised by this and quite unsure, but she feels so sorry for the poor frog that she takes the elephant to her manager. "Mr. Manager, sir," Paddy begins "there is a frog out there who desperately needs a loan. He's out of work and he has a wife and tadpoles who are at home starving. He needs some money so he can provide for them! But all he has for collateral is this little glass elephant. What should I do?" Well, Mr. Manager takes a good hard look at that elephant, thinks about it a little, and then replies, "It's a knick-knack, Paddy Whack, give the frog a loan!"
THIS PRETTY WELL SUMS UP THE DAY
What's round and bad-tempered? A vicious circle.