Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Thanksgiving 2006

I have had a pretty good day today. No fever and pain within the realm of reason. Although that could certainly still improve by a long stretch. I do feel like I've turned the corner towards getting better.

I thought I would show you the pictures from 2006 that I found in a web album a few weeks ago.

It's appropriate that some of them are of Mary Lynn because tomorrow, April 1 is her birthday.

A lot of these pictures are from Thanksgiving 2006 when Mary Lynn and Heather were visiting. There were lots and lots of games just like there will be this coming Easter weekend when Heather and Brent are visiting!

We'll try not to bore Heather:

Emily and her spot box.

Don't remember what the hats were about but I'm sure they were something Caleb prepared.

Still more pictures from that album but that's it for tonight. Happy April fools day. I don't think ML minded sharing her birthday with this event though there were very few people less likely to ever tell you a lie than her!


Monday, 30 March 2015

Bonus Hamilton visit

Karen and I headed to Hamilton bright and early this morning. It was a lot less nerve-wracking than exactly two weeks ago for the surgery so that was nice. Also the pain has eased up some so the car ride wasn't nearly as bad as it would have been even yesterday.

I burst into laughter when I saw this on the clinic wall:

Dr Elit the surgeon agrees with my family doctors diagnoses that the stitches on my wound blew and it is infected. The good news is that they can tell healing has already begun and things should heal just fine though slower than if this hadn't happened. The antibiotics I am on are the right ones and I just have to keep on doing the good wound cleaning and all that jazz.

We are gearing up for Lizzy's visit beginning this weekend but in the meantime a few cutie pie pictures of little Rebekah.

Come on how cute are Rebekah and Lola!

This is a sign close to their home. They've had a little snow this winter!

Surgeon said I may walk as much as I can so I made it halfway around the building this afternoon.