home never felt so good

Banjo Man is home from the hospital.

Sound the trumpets!!!

I am trying not to hover.

He is following a specific diet and I am in charge.  The discharge nurse said, “If you miss us and want to come back to the hospital, eat a cheeseburger.  Or a salad.”

I have Googled information on a post-Ileus diet and boy, am I prepared.  The refrigerator is stocked with the proper snacks and Banjo Man has been told–by me–that he can’t eat anything else without checking with me first.

We’re taking this slowly.

Tonight we’ll catch up with the last two episodes of SANDITON.  It’s not the best mini-series on PBS, but it’s entertaining enough for right now.

I’m looking forward to season 3 of THE BAY (British crime).  And season 4 of SHAKEPEARE & HATHAWAY (light, comic mystery).

And what’s under the needle?

I’m looking forward to getting back to it.

 

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8 Responses to home never felt so good

  1. Pat says:

    Welcome home, Banjo Man! You’re in the very best hands.

  2. Bill And Ruth says:

    So glad that Banjo Man is doing better and finally home again. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help out. We are frequent shoppers and could easily drop off any items on your list.
    Love, Bill and Ruth

  3. Ruth says:

    Hooray!!! Hooray!!! We are thrilled to hear this news! Anything you need – just holler!!!
    Love from Ruth and Kenny

  4. Marge Fridrich says:

    Pretty funny comments from nurses.
    What can he eat?
    I am consuming 3 smoothies per day, 61 ingredients per week to stop Macular Degeneration. Haven’t much damage yet. Just want to stop it. I have face to face testimonies from 2 people. So what’s in your wallet- – – er
    Fridge? Do suggest he behave or I will send recipes for the worst smoothies.
    So glad he is home and has a great caretaker.

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