Just before lunch a wonderful nurse, “M.J.” aka Mary Jane came and did a dressing change for us. I had the honor of removing the old bandage though and instead of two hours it took less than five minutes. Should have taken less than a minute but we’re making progress slowly. And I’ll take five minutes over two hours any day of the week. It was just so weird to have the dressing change come and go like it almost didn’t happen. Bernadette can’t help but perk up knowing that the old dressing changes are a thing of the past.
We’ve uploaded a picture of baby Ruth. Hope you enjoy it. She looks like a perfect sweetie. Can’t wait to meet her. Tomorrow Joseph comes home and I’ll bet you ten dollars the first thing he wants to do Saturday morning is go to Revelstoke to see Ruth. Bernadette would love to go too but she’s afraid of the travelling so she’s content to wait until just after Christmas to see her new niece.
Have a good time with Joseph, Bernadette. You have the cutest little niece, baby Ruth. Thanks for posting the picture of Ruth, Patti, for all of us to oooo & ahahahah at. God is so good. Love & prayers, Patricia
Joan & Bob
Catherine: Why did the triceretops cross the road?
Bernadette: It didn’t. The chicken crossed the road.
Catherine: OK. Why did the chicken cross the road?
Bernadette: To get away fro the triceretops!
……..sending you prayer hugs. With love Virginia.