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06/06/2014 04:57:41 PM · #176
Get well soon. x
06/06/2014 05:03:57 PM · #177
How are things going today?
06/06/2014 05:36:47 PM · #178
Originally posted by nam:

Originally posted by nickyb:

Went to go visit Robert last night, he's doing very well!
Go Robert!

Thanks, Nicky.

Yeah, Thanks! I saw that his room was a bit drab so I sneaked in and decorated for him. :)

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06/07/2014 02:38:06 AM · #179
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06/07/2014 03:59:20 AM · #180
If Art's post were not in this thread it would be like absence of a vital sign.
06/07/2014 06:14:23 AM · #181
LOL Art love it!!

I think that's better than any joke ..

Glad to hear recovery is still going well!! Prayers still with you both, thank you for the updates Penny as always :-))

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06/07/2014 07:58:30 AM · #182
Just reading the whole thread after a few days of absence...
Great news, Penny! I'm glad everything went fine, my best wishes to Robert for a quick recovery!
06/07/2014 09:32:42 AM · #183
Really glad to hear that you are on the road to recovery Robert! (You've got a gem there with Penny also)
06/07/2014 09:52:32 AM · #184
I stopped by to see him last night but only found a number of sheets tied together that strung from the bed to the ground 12 floors below. So, back to business as usual.
06/07/2014 10:41:40 AM · #185
Yes, Robert is home now, and thanks for stopping by yesterday Scott and Elena!

The hospital felt Robert was OK to be discharged last night and set it up for 7:15pm just before his nurse's shift ended. This worked well and was much better than dealing with Saturday morning traffic in town and with backups near the cape from people going to the cape for the day or weekend. We had a really smooth drive home, but it still took about 2 hours from leaving the room to being home and Robert was not feeling good when we got there. Turns out he had quite a fever, but not quite to the level that they want us to call them. I understand some elevation is to be expected.

He had a great night's sleep, although he needs help getting in and out of bed. We had a bit of a scare this morning as his oxygen level was really really low (pulse oxymetry reading was 74, and they consider the 88 he used to get worrisome), but after taking all the medications that help with that (3 in all) it's back up to a very reasonable level in the low 90s, so I'm breathing better now!

To get some exercise he walked the length of our very small yard a few times this morning. We have nothing to match the length of the hospital corridors!!.

I'll dial back on the details from now on! But you'll be pleased to know that he kept his great sense of humor through most of this.
06/07/2014 11:03:28 AM · #186
Good to hear that Robert stabilized after that scare. Sending sunshine thoughts sent out to you both. Continue getting rest and take it little by little Bear. Penny, I hope you too are getting a restful night's sleep without worries keeping you awake. Thanks for the update.
06/07/2014 11:13:41 AM · #187
Penny, thank you so much for your updates. I am so relieved that things are looking so positive.
06/07/2014 03:23:13 PM · #188
There's no place like home. It's great that things are going smoothly so far. Thank you for the update.
06/07/2014 10:53:03 PM · #189
Originally posted by SaraR:

Penny, thank you so much for your updates. I am so relieved that things are looking so positive.


06/07/2014 11:13:56 PM · #190
Penny, you are Bear's lucky Penny for sure.
I too, am pleased to hear all is going so well in your household.
And that the bear has not lost his touch on the keyboard either, what with all those recent posts.

Lots of {{{{{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}}}}}}}}to both of you.
06/07/2014 11:47:38 PM · #191
The foursome watched as the player in front of them extracted a brand new golf ball from the package, teed it up, and promptly sliced it out-of-bounds into the woods on the right.

Calmly, he took out another new ball, addressed it confidently, and hooked it into the water hazard on the left.

As he prepared to open another package and hit yet a third shot, one of the waiting golfers approached and remarked, "You know, I can't help but noticing your game is a bit erratic, and those new balls are rather expensive. Maybe you should try hitting some old balls."

"Can't," replied the duffer sadly, "never had any."
06/08/2014 08:01:00 AM · #192
Penny, thanks for the updates. I've been so busy at work this weekend I haven't had much computer time, but was checking in from time to time to see how he was doing.
Happy to hear he is home with you. Take good care of our bear friend, make sure he rests and takes his meds, but also make sure you take good care of yourself. You are both so very dear in my heart. Hugs to you both.
06/08/2014 08:40:07 AM · #193
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06/08/2014 09:35:01 AM · #194
Robert, more golf humor. Get well soon.

A lady calls the police and says "I've killed my husband you better come over" then gives them her address. The police arrive and she's sitting in a chair hold a golf club with her dead husband lying face down on the floor. The police examine the body and exclaim "How many times did you hit him?" The wife calmly says "I don't know... maybe 5, 6, 7. Just put me down for a 5."

06/08/2014 10:06:04 AM · #195
... I thought that Robert might like to know that I made friends with a young employee at work this week.

Feeling a tad frustrated with his lackadaisical attitude I asked him: "Does your butt get chaffed from you grabbing your A$$ all day?"

He must think a lot of me since everyone I spoke to since said that he mentioned me when talking to them. :O)

Have a great day my friend, and a speedy recovery.

06/08/2014 12:00:54 PM · #196
Originally posted by insteps:

Robert, more golf humor. Get well soon.

A supposedly true story ...

A reporter once asked professional golfer Lee Trevino what was the best precaution to take if caught out on the golf course during a thunderstorm.

Trevino said that he'd find an open spot and hold a 1-iron high over his head.

Incredulous at what seemed such a crazy approach to the situation, the reporter asked why he'd do such a dangerous thing, to which Trevino replied "Not even God can hit a 1-iron."
06/08/2014 01:57:41 PM · #197
GOLF JOKES.. OH I know One, the worlds best....... Sit back this'll take a bit:

Saturday Fred and George had agreed to meet and T off at 9am. Fred all a twitterlated with expectations of a Grand day of golf, left the house. When he got to the car he realized he had locked the car and house keys inside. After several mins of trying to jimmy the door open, he gave up and broke the window, crawled in tearing his best golf pants but got the keys. Started up his car and driving about a mile suddenly the car sputtered and choked out of gas, grumbling, he headed off at a brisk trot to the nearest gas station knowing he was already running late. Finally lugging gas back he got enough in to drive to the station and fill up. Tearing out of the station he hit the highway, where his left rear tire blew out. Sweat and dirt dripping he replaced the tire and raced off to the course where he finally met George 45 mins late.

That night his wife said "Well how was your golf day honey?"

He looked up at her sighed and said "Locked the keys in the house, broke a window tore my pants, ran out of gas, had a blow out on the highway, when I finally got to the course, I Teed up and George died of a heart attack. And... that's the way the whole day went, hit the ball...drag George... hit the ball... drag George."
06/08/2014 09:41:38 PM · #198
Thanks for the updates Penny and so glad that he is at home and that his recovery has begun.
I hope that Ken can redecorate your bedroom on the Cape... good medicine!
06/09/2014 11:15:52 AM · #199
Juat to let everyone know, I'm healing up very decently but I'm significantly under the weather nevertheless. I will be giving out the caps as promised, as soon as Cory gets them to me anyway :-) But I can't concentrate much here.

Hugs all around, R
06/09/2014 11:23:13 AM · #200
Nice to hear you're getting better Robert, keep it up!
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