It wasn’t always pretty but we got through the first full day at home. There’s a lot to remember! Rick’s getting better with the walker and I’m getting better with the ice machine. We’ve rolled up the area rugs and pushed all the furniture out of his way. He slept in his chair off and on all day – I hope he’ll be able to sleep tonight.
Regarding the lack of instructions from the hospital – the physical therapist said to make note of the October/June miscommunication and I will. A reader asked why I didn’t ask – I didn’t know I was lacking anything really until they assumed I knew something and then I looked like an incompetent wife – which I am sometimes! haha!
I took the dogs for a leisurely trip down the wilderness trail and it got exciting when I saw these two shards along the way.
I have been on this trail hundreds of times – the rain must have uncovered them somehow. An “edge” piece is always exciting – this is a piece of a crock. And the other piece is broken Meakin ironstone. I have quite a few purchased Alfred Meakin pieces in my “white” cupboard. Here’s a couple of my favorites –
And here’s my jar of shards all found on this farm in the past 45 years!
These two pieces were right on top.
This was the most exciting thing that happened to me today!
It’s the little things, Folks!