Thursday, August 12, 2010

Stones and shells

from w,
Today I scanned two lots of stones and shells and then used the images in various ways. It's been an unartistic week for sure, as main concerns have been health issues, tests, drips, ultrasounds, monitors, and a learning curve about what happens in the cardiac ward of the Geelong Hospital - from an emergency Monday afternoon until at last my husband looks fine again and will come home tomorrow. He hadn't been a patient in a hospital for 39 years so now we all know how different it is to be a patient than to be a visitor to friends and church people. It indeed was a blessing from God to find an excellent doctor who diagnosed the problem immediately. Thank you to that doctor, to the ambulance officers, to Emergency Department workers and the Coronary Care staff, nurses and doctors.When we visited this evening we took some home-made soup, some dalo and cassava to Peceli,and we all shared in this and the hospital tray of food, Peceli said that Lai, and his two little girls Mela and Amaleini has visited and given him the flowers and balloon so that was nice.



Blogger Penny said...

Glad that all seems well Wendy. Must have been a rather scary time of it all. Love to you both.

11:58 PM  
Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

Thank you Penny. He does look better now but it was a difficult time for him before admission to the hospital with the fluid on the lungs which I didn't recognize. The first doctor said he just needed ventilin.

3:06 AM  
Anonymous Flowers said...

Flowers are among the best ways that allow people to express their truest feelings

3:42 AM  
Blogger annie said...

So sorry to hear that you had such a rough time, but relieved that things are going better and that new medicine will help.
Good thoughts and prayers,

3:53 PM  

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