Sunday, July 21, 2019

Update 7/21/2019

Hi there!

It's me again. My Dad's doing fine; he was moved to a rehab facility much closer to home and will start physical therapy tomorrow. If that goes well, and my Dad is determined [read: stubborn] so he may come home this week. If not, he'll stay until the 31st when the cats comes off and he's fitted for a boot and then can come home and start physical therapy to get used to the new bionic ankle.

Other than that, all is well; I am being a very good nurse/assistant/dog-sitter. And Carlos is well, too; he's been keeping busy and seeing friends and getting out, so that makes me all kinds of happy.

Until the 19th of August ... unless i can update sooner .... play nice!

xoxo
Bob

11 comments:

anne marie in philly said...

YAYZ to everything! hope your dad doesn't push himself too hard that he winds up back in hospital though. it is SO DAMN HOT on the east coast; you ain't missing a thing.

RTG and I do miss your sunday funny paper posts. smooches!

Dave R said...

If he's determined his recovery will be a cinch. Glad things are going so smoothly.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

So great that your Dad is in good spirits and determined to make rehab pay off!

the dogs' mother said...

All very good news! Hugs to you, your
Dad and Carlos :-)

VRC-Do You! said...

Glad to hear that Dad is doing well...And Carlos is doing fine too...There might be a little something extra in the will for all your efforts...Have a great week...

Ur-spo said...

I too wish you both well.

Raybeard said...

Splendid! Much the way you and we were hoping it would go. Much relief all round.

Sadie J said...

Glad to hear everything is going well. And we always play nice!

Michael said...

Glad things are going well! Best wishes for getting through the next week.

Moving with Mitchell said...

Great news. Give your father best wishes from me, one of your (and his) biggest fans! Love to Carlos, too!

Sheila Morris said...


So happy to know that your dad is in a good recovery mode and that all is well here at home, too.
Keep the faith, my friend.