Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Good News

Hi its Ben. just to let everyone no that mum came out of hospital yesterday afternoon she still cannot access the computer herself and will not be able to for a while yet. Nikki rang mum last night and said she would let everyone know about mum on her blog
Mums consultant said she was a Star patient because she was getting on so well and considering she only had her surgery Thursday and he let her out yesterday as long as she promised to take things easy. Dad has already told her of today for trying to wash the bathroom sink lol.

I don't know if mum has already told you that i got a A in Photography this year but she has asked me to remind you lol. As I am doing it again this year i have decided to do it on the human condition and she has alowed me to take a couple of photos of her scars to be lol, not for the squimish :)

Mum would also like to thank you all for your lovely comments and good wishes. Mum has also said to say thankyou Marja for her lovely card all the way from Holland and to everyone else who has sent her cards and good wishes.


Whittaker's Miniatures said...

Great great News but ..............eeek those photos, poor poor you Debbie, dont like to think of you like that, look so sore!! Stay sitting,3 men in the house to look after you ( well I suppose 3 men is equivalent to 1 woman doing the job.........only joking guys you are stars all of you!!!) so please do take it easy!!!!!!!! Now your home, we want you to stay home. Great to have you back, Im sure that computer will be on your lap in no time he he, Kate , John and all of us!! xxxxxxx

Ara said...

So glad to see you are home Debbie!! I am sure those scars will be a distant memory in no time (except for being the center of Bens next photography project!). Get better quickly!! -ara

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Welcome home, Debbie!! You take it EASY!!! Do not do anything, let your three men take care of you! Let the dirty sink be . . . otherwise you may end up back in the hospital.

Your surgery was a MAJOR one and I am so happy that you are home and in recovery.

Big HUG,

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Great news on your Mum! I am not squimish, and it looks like she is healing nicely. Be sure she does what the Dr. ordered - she will heal so much faster.
Congratulations on the A - keep up the good work.

Debie Lyons said...

Thank you Ben and congratulations on your A and its good to hear you are continuing your studies.
Debbie I know how hard it can be to have to sit and be still.( I only had to endure two weeks of no activity when I broke my leg ten years ago and it drove me nuts). You wont have to wait long till you have healed enough to SLOWLY get back to being a busy bee. Please listen to the lads and let them look after you as you have looked after them all these years.
Looking forward to seeing you get back to blogging.
Much love Debie xxxxxxxx

Un Taller de Miniaturas said...

God, what a "cross stitch" the doctors have done on your body... I am impressed!!!

I am happy you are at home already :)) Take care!!!

Big hugs,

kimsminiatures said...

Debbie so happy you are home. I think home is the best place to heal but don't let yourself fret about getting things done. focus on you and your healing. Big gentle hugs my friend. I hope you feel better and better each day.
Good luck Ben with you next photography project. You will do great!

nikkinikkinikki72 said...

I always think i'm not squimish, but... ouch! And even more ouches!
That's going to be some scar to boast about.
Debbie, don't clean the sink. It isn't dirty i'm sure, and it's more important you get better.
Sinks have to be clean because they do all the cleaning, lol. Look at it that way.
Take it easy and order everyone around. It's your time to get better and everyones elses worry to keep house.
It's wonderful to know you are home, safe and sound and on the mend.
Nikki xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Debbie (and family)

I'm just catching up on blog reading after being on holiday! Blimey! I missed alot! I can't believe you have been so poorly. I hope you are on the road to recovery now. I know you got alot of help to get you well again ;0)

Get Well Soon.

x hel x

p.s. I bet the most painful thing for you has been doing nothing. Never mind, lots to look forward to when you're better! xxx

MiniKat said...

For Pete's sake, Debbie! Do NOT try to clean anything else. If you end up back in the hospital you will be bored to tears. Behave and rest, woman! To paraphrase my mother, "don't make me fly over there." ;-)

Kerry said...

Hi Debbie,
I'm so pleased you're home & taking it easy. My Dad had the same operation about 8 years ago & once he had rested & done as the doctors had said, he had a new lease of life. There's no stopping him now, LOL. I hope you have a speedy recovery & go steady from now on.
Take care,
Kerry.x. (ella-rose miniatures)

Stéphanie Kilgast said...

Debbie it's so good to see you're home and in (almost) perfect shape, those scares are rather perfect for Halloween, but you're a bit too early ;)

I'm very happy to know that you're home (already!! a "star patient" is an understatement!)
Don't overdo anything, and don't wake up in the middle of the night to make miniatures!! I'm pretty sure you're suppose to sleep a lot, watch dumb TV series and command everyone :)

And bravo Ben for your A :D

Mini Hugs!

MiniMaker said...

Welcome home, Debbie! Take care and get well, don't clean anything else!


Karin Corbin said...

So glad to see you are on the mend Debbie. I am sure the healing will go fast. But think of the huge advantage of those scars in just a few more weeks. Your Halloween costume will be so easy, a fright wig and some penciled in black stitches across the scars and you can be the "Bride of Frankenstein". I know you will laugh at a little dark humor meant in fun as Halloween is your favorite, just try not to bust a stitch.

Claudia said...

So glad to hear you are home! The scars look nasty, but soon they will fade away and you will be back to normal. Don't overdo, let everyone take care of you.


DollMum said...

Ouch Debbie, those scars look scary. I'm so glad you are back at home, as everyone else has already said don't worry about the sink being dirty - the men in your life can deal with that! Looking forward to you being able to post on your blog again, and doing your miniatures, but healing is the most important (but boring) thing of all first. Congratulations Ben on the A. Best wishes

Katie said...

Good Lord Woman! I'm just gonna have to email you....don't want to take up all the room in your blog! BIG hugs to you!!!!

Oh.....and it was my hear that lead me to miniatures~ it;s something you can do while SITTING STILL!!! Cleaning the sink!! LOL


Kathi said...

Thank you Ben for this wonderful news! I'm so happy to hear your Mum is home! Tell her to rest and listen to her doctors! She will be up and around in no time if she does.
Give her a big hug and tell her we love her. Can't wait until she can get back at that computer again!

ANA ROSA. said...

Ohh no sabia nada de todo lo que ha pasado!!! Dios!!! pero bueno, me alegro de que estes mejor y en casa. Ahora cuidate mucho!!!
Un abrazo.

Snowfern said...

Welcome back Debbie! well, sorta hee hee, and NO HOUSEWORK ALLOWED!

take it easy, it's not often you get a chance to i'm sure ^ ^

*careful hugs*

Liberty Biberty said...

Uh, oh! Was just reading along as I ate my lunch, then I sae the photos!! Lunch doesn't taste so good any more, lol!
Please take it easy and do as you are told Debbie!
All the best!

Anonymous said...

I am so glad you are home and the operation was a success. Now comes the hard part. Recuperation. It is imperative that you listen to the doctor and don't do anything. This will be hard for you I know but your men will help you and will also try to keep you from doing things. When my husband came home he started with little baby steps - now he walks all over town. So be patient and take it slow. Love ya Deb.

joy said...

Welcome Home :) you must make a solomon promise to everyone that you do as the doctor tells you and rest. Take care loads of love to you & your lovely family xxxxxxx

debi_in_Hawaii said...

Clean the sink, Ben!!! ;)
Speedy recovery to Mum!!! :D

Jill said...

Welcome home, Debbie!
Best wishes to you as you recover. Please don't over-do. Take it easy and let your body heal.

Marja said...

hello Ben
great to hear you again!
so great that it goes well with your mum
but let them pampering you hear Debbie!!
the scars that are significant
but naturally it fades again
gett well soon Debbie!
Ben and thank you for your message
xx marja

Evelien said...

wow, that was some all over surgery! Hope your recovery will proceed so good. Best wishes!!

and Ben: good work on that A!!


Eva said...

Welcome back debbie...I am sooooooooooooo happy because you are at home.
Take it easy please! And only think in to be recovered.
Loads of love from Barcelona

Bear cabin miniatures said...

Good to hear you are home Debbie. Take it easy and relax and you will be back on your feet before you know it.
Well done Ben for your A :0)
Julia & Hywel x

Sandra Morris said...

Good to hear you're on the mend Debbie...lovely needlework by the way ;-)

Take it easy and do what the doctor's tell you.

Best wishes

Kathi said...

Good morning Debbie!
I was just thinking that it's okay if you want to clean the bathroom sink! I know that heart patients have been through so much and it's a life altering experience. Sometimes you'll need to connect with REAL things to feel at home once again.
If you want to do dishes, or clean sinks go right ahead as long as you don't overdo it!
We're all just happy you are home and can't wait to hear all about your experience.
Blessings, Kathi

Mags Cassidy said...

Love & hugs, Debbie.
Take care of yourself, we all want you fit & well& back with us chatting.

Kim said...

So glad that you are home to recover Debbie. It is much easier and more comfortable at home than in the hospital. Remember to do what the doctor's say- if you rush it you are not giving your body a fair chance to heal. A big hug to you! I am so glad to hear good news- thank you again Ben :)

A. Wright said...

You being home so fast couldn't be better news. Wow, Ben wasn't kidding when he said not to worry about you.

Now, I'm going to have to slap your fingers for the cleaning bit...what were you thinking!? There will be plenty of time for that later, now is the time to rest and be waited on :)


Tabitha Corsica said...

Debbie, Great to hear you are home already! Let the family wait on you and just take it easy. You'll be back cleaning sinks sooner than you think :-(. Thanks to Ben for keeping us updated and Congrats on that "A"!


Carmen said...

Oh Debbie, regrese hace unos dias de vacaciones y no sabia nada, pero ahora me alegro de que todo haya salido bien. Espero que te recuperes pronto, y podamos seguir disfrutando de tu trabajo. Cuidate, Abrazos. Carmen

rosanna said...

Hi Debbie, I am happy, happy and even happier to know that you are at home We were so concerned about you since I could not go to the net and I knew noing about the going ons. Thank you Ben for giving me news on the phone last Sunday, I'm afraid I was not so clear at explaining who I was but you have been very kind all the same. Most probably you thought that I was totally crazy.....Big hugs from Walter, Matteo and Rosanna

Sabiha Barkey said...

Such good news,happy to hear you're at home again! I wish you the best Debbie,and hope yu get well soon!

Big Hug,Sabiha

Creager Studios said...

Welcome Back Home Dearest Debbie...
So happy to see that you are on the Fast Highway to healing...
We all very much appreciate Ben's very informative posts to keep us up to speed on your surgery and healing... what a dear son you have...
Just rest...relax...let the family continue to care for you...soon enough you will be up and about caring for them once again...

Love You...Miss You...A Speedy Recovery my Freind...

Jodi and Richard

Linda Carswell said...

Debbie....what the **** have they done to you? Glad to hear you are getting better,!!!
Do as you are told, bet you hate hearing that, but I am sure you will be up and about before too long!
Linda x

Maria Jose said...

my father did the same operation, has the same scars

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