Mr. Fun Comes Home

Mr. Fun is home from the hospital with his new titanium hip!  He is walking and free of pain, with only the muscle soreness expected when someone cuts you open and removes the largest joint in your body!


This bouquet of small spray roses came home with him.  A nice choice for a man, I think.  
Usually I send a plant.

I’m trying my best to be a good nurse!  But I’m not sure how hard Mr. Fun is trying to be a good patient.  Right now, contrary to explicit doctor’s orders, he is on a conference call with his office!   

That’s about how well he listens to his “nurse” too.  

I would like to rearrange this table and then read those garden books, but I hear the Bionic Man calling.

****  THANK YOU  ****
from the bottom of my heart for all the good wishes, thoughts and prayers for Mr. Fun and for me.

I appreciate every one of them.  
Please keep praying that I will have patience with my patient.

I am joining
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A Stroll Through Life

Linda πŸ™‚

14 thoughts on “Mr. Fun Comes Home

  1. So glad the surgery went well! I am NOT a good nurse, but I hope you will manage to fulfill that role until he’s back to full-speed-ahead!

  2. Hi Linda,
    I’m Shirley and now following you. I love your blog..Found you over at A Stroll Through Life and had to smile as I read your post. I’m sure that both you and Mr. Fun will come through the recovery really well. You have the spirit to make it happen! Be strong as I’m sure some day’s might be tougher than others!

  3. I will pray for you! It is not easy for either of you. It takes a good while to heal. My sis had it done, she said she still can feel it click in, but at least she doesn’t have the pain she had.

    At least the better weather is coming and he will be able to get out and walk.

  4. Oh Honey…I hear ya’!!! Men are just about the worst patients when it comes to follow orders & Doctors are even MORE difficult. “Patience” is needed, I’m sure.
    Take time for yourself…lots of stress, being the caregiver.


  5. Hi lovely lady.
    Your roses are Beautiful and the way you have them display is lovely. So glad your Hubby is doing well. Hang in there sweet lady. Thanks so much for your lovely comments on my new Tablescape. I hope you and your Hubby have a wonderful week.
    XXOO Diane

  6. Glad Mr. Fun is back home and best wishes for speedy recovery. I think male patients require the most patience. πŸ˜‰
    Love the table top. I wouldn’t change a thing.
    Take care of yourself too. ~ sarah

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