Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Update on Tom!

Tom and I felt your prayers, all day long!
Family, friends and Bloggers...
your support has been appreciated!
Now, which knee is it?

Oh yea... Dr. is signing his initials on the "Right" knee.

I must be a true blogger to have my camera handy.

All done!! YEA!!! Now it's visiting time!
Tom only had a partial knee replacement.
Recovery should be very quick.

Lulu drawing a picture before we left.
(Lulu started gymnastics today and hasn't taken off her cute little leotard,
besides she had to show Papa!)
Thanks again for all the prayers and support.
We both are very grateful.
God is good!


Etiquette for visiting a patient in a Hospital:
*Do not wear perfume. Perfume can even gag healthy people
*Always check with the nurse before you bring a food present.
*Only stay a few minutes. The point of your visit is to wish the patient well.
*If either the nurse or doctor have to do something, be polite and leave the room while
they are attending the patient.
*Above all, remember that patients are in the hospital because they are sick.
So just use your common sense, smile and be positive during the visit.


  1. Yea! Glad it all went well! You'll be a good nurse, I'm sure! :)

  2. Christine,
    Praise God all went well! You both will be in my prayers during this recovery time. thank you so much for the update!

  3. Thanks for the update. Glad things are going well and a quick recovery is expected.

  4. Glad to hear. Great photos. Looks like patient and family are doing well.

  5. So glad your hubby is recouping nicely. Sounds like you're being such a good nurse!

  6. Glad to read that everything went well yesterday. I'll keep you both in my thoughts as recovery begins.

  7. Hope he continues to be on the up and up. Blessings!

  8. So glad the surgery went well and I hope that recovery is swift! I so agree with the strong perfume tip. Some people go way overboard with it LOL!

  9. You are correct - only a true blogger would bring a camera to the hospital. I'm glad you did as it is comforting to see that Tom is doing well. He has been in my thoughts this week. Good luck being his nurse for the next few days - hope he is a good patient.


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