I'm sorry they sent you home while you still had a fever and needed more time. I hope the home health care starts soon. I'll say some prayers for you that everything goes well for you at home and that you get better soon :)
110F, ouch! It's not as humid today as it has been. We've got rain predicted for late afternoon and tonight. The Mississippi is on the rise from all the runoff north of us. It's not at flood stage here yet, but there's water "trapped" between the levee and the river bank in old sloughs.and bayous. The water birds are loving it. I've seen more egrets and great blue herons this year than I ever have before. I stopped to get a picture of an egret the other day, but he flew as soon as I stepped out of the car.
Oh my. Well. I guess you'll just stay put and continue with therapy until they make a decision. That can't be too bad a thing. You seem to be dong pretty good with it. I know you want to be home. I think we all feel that way when we're ailing. At least I do. Things are the same here. It's warming up a it always does in July, but we're getting rain showers to cut the dust. Crops are all in and doing well. I can't wait for some sweet corn. It's maturing slower this year because it was too cold to plant it at the regular time. Tomatoes are slow, too. I didn't plant a garden, but my cousin and her husband planted a big one at their place. They'll share. It's late so I'd better try to get some sleep. This seems to be one of those night owl nights that I have occasionally. Hang in there. We all want you to feel better. Hugs, Linda
I'm glad you were successful with all of the transfers you practiced. Will you have someone coming to your house to help out when you go home on the 7th? The goggie is adorable. Have a great evening and Sundog :)