Thursday, February 23, 2012

In the hospital EIGHT days

I wanted to do a quick check in here on my blog.  I was in the hospital for a total of eight days this month, and sick for almost a week before I went in.  I had a bone infection and still on some pretty high powered antibiotics and still not feeling the best.  All in all, I think I was pretty lucky that it wasn't any worse than it was with all the infection.  I did lose two permanent teeth, but for as much infection as I had in me, I still consider that pretty lucky.  I never had anything that hurt that bad -- ever.  I'm still healing and may be a while before I blog too much.  But I'm mainly wanting to stay in bed, and I'll pick up a book and read for a little bit, so when I'm back to blogging there will be lots of book reviews to be posted!  :)

7 comments:

  1. Goodness, Jenn. You take care of yourself! What a scare you have had! I'm sending all the YSQ'ers over to check on you.

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  2. Thanks Shara! I am actually starting to feel a bit better day by day. Friday was the first day I felt like I was well enough to be out of the hospital. Still fighting an infection, and probably will be exhausted for a while yet, but at least I'm improving!

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  3. Hi Jenn! So sorry to know you've been so ill. Take care of yourself and get well soon. Miss you at YSQ.

    Judy
    From YSQ

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  4. Wow, Jenn, so good to hear you're on the mend after all that. Just rest and get yourself all better! Lynn from YSQ

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  5. Jenn,

    Sorry to hear your news. That stinks! I hope you get completely better very soon. And when you do, stop by YSQ to say hi.

    Michele from YSQ

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  6. Jenn,

    Please take good care of yourself.

    Truus from YSQ

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  7. Frugalfrog aka ChrisFebruary 27, 2012 at 7:10 PM

    Wow, Jenn. Seems like so mny have been sick this winter but sounds like you go a double whammy! I hope you on the mend now and soon to be back at doing your favorite things!

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