a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Thursday's Things In A Row

Rows of lights
to see in the dark
Rows of steps
to test your heart
Rows of windows
Rows of bricks
A place to come when you get sick.
Flying proud for all the see
the flag of the brave and the free.

Thank you for all your kind words and prayers.
  Hubby is home but can't work his chair.
He's a lefty so they cut on the right
His recliner's right handed
It's a sad sight.
But he can shoot when he is well
and won't blow his ICD all to hell-o
Say hi to Pat
She's got rows
Imagine that!

19 comments:

Eva Ason said...

Great pictures you're sharing today. Glad to hear that your hubby is home. Hope he will get better soon.
Have a lovely day!

Eva

Tina´s PicStory said...

wonderful rows :)

LindaG said...

Great poetry today!

Sorry to hear about hubby's chair. My mom needs and electric one and she just had to get that fixed.

Hopefully hubby heals quickly!

Country Gal said...

Nice photos and rymes . I am glad to hear you hubs is home and is slowly on the mend. Take it easy my friend and have a good day !

Pat said...

I began to look at the photos, the first one, the second one, and then when I saw the hospital I thought, oh crap something's wrong! I am so, so sorry! I have not been keeping up with your blog (or others for that matter)for the last week....Now I have to go back and read what happened with your husband. I sure hope everything is okay.

Sandy said...

Gail,
Yes, gotta love them rows :-)

I'm happy to hear Tractor Man is home. Just tell him the reason the chair is like that is to get him moving faster, lol....only if he has sense of humor this morning. How is he feeling? How are you? Keep that gun away from him for a while.

Amish Stories said...

Wishing your husband great health, and im sure hes loving being home. Richard

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Glad to hear he is home and I bet that chair is frustrating him something fierce, Hope the healing comes quickly!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, the chair sounds bad. :)

love the first shot.

Dreaming said...

Love your rows and rhymes. Thanks for the update!

Dreaming said...

Love your rows and rhymes. Thanks for the update!

Farm Girl said...

Still praying for you all.

Sue said...

Love the rhymes and will keep your hubby in my prayers.

At least you've got him home!

=)

Nezzy (Cow Patty Surprise) said...

Oh booger, I had a thought if I dare.

He's gonna call on you to flip up his chair.

I'm happy he's not in the hospital and home from there.

My heart is with ya and so are my prayers.

Your waitin' on Hubs had and foot so please take care!!!

Heeehehehehe!

Love your things in a row sweetie!

God bless ya and have a terrific day!!! :o)

DesertHen said...

Glad to hear your hubby is home! Nice shots of all those rows. I finally got around to joining in again.

Jim said...

Hi Gail ~~ I am glad that your Hubby is home and doing what is expected. I love that, Right Handed Recliner. I need one.

Does he have a combo defibrillator and pacemaker. Some of my friends got them but I think not everyone needs both.

I like your things in a row. I see that your medical symbol has TWO snakes. My deceased MIL used to say that it changed to one snake but that the doctors were so money hungry, etc, that they should have kept the two snakes. Snakes she called doctors. She had a heart attack once but not a bypass or anything else. They were able to stent her up.

Again, glad Hubby is home. He will keep you busy for a bit, I am sure.
..

SaucyKod said...

Hubby's home - not feeling to free
Got his rifle on his knee
That darn ole chair sure ain't lefty
If he eats fries - he'll be hefty
Don't listen if he starts to groan
Just tell him to call me and pass him the phone :)

Complaints are a good thing - good to hear things are looking up a little. - Every day a little better.
Take Care :)

Far Side of Fifty said...

I bet it is a sad sight. But good news about being able to shoot..I suppose that is the trade off. I am sorry that this will not make him all better..but if his heart stops at least he should survive:)

Rudee said...

All these poets here make me laugh.

Glad he's home and healing. Can you train the kids to operate the chair?

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