Pioneer Woman at Heart

One Flourishing, Frugal and Fun Family!

One family learning to live off the land, cut back on expenses, and to live a simpler and a more self-sufficient lifestyle.

Adopted Motto

"Eat it up,
Wear it out,
Make it do,
Or go without."
~A Pioneer Sampler, by Barbara Greenwood~

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Coming Home....

I'm bringing my husband home today folks.  He had the best care at the best hospital, and a high-five to Yawni, his nursing assistant who had us laughing a good amount of the time. Good laughter, good conversation, and lots of laughs.  Although I think Hubby talked her ear off with all my self-sufficient ways, and weed remedies, ha ha!  

He got to talking about comfrey and I could not stop the man. He is definitely feeling much better and I can't wait to sit on the porch and love on him today.  

Thank you for all your good thoughts, well wishes and prayers.  We will be celebrating life.  Tomatoes can wait.  Or they can be part of dinner.

The temperatures here really dropped, so the tomatoes may have rotted overnight anyway.  I better get this posted so I can get the laundry on the line before sun-up.  I have to get that love of my life back home where I can spoil him again.


Mama Pea said...

Well, if that isn't the best of news first thing this morning!! Even though he's been gone a relatively short time, coming home today is going to feel WONDERFUL to your dear hubby. To heck with the tomatoes (!) and anything else. Take care of the very most important thing in the next several days . . . you and the "love of your life!"

Kim said...

Praise The Lord! I am so glad to hear he is coming home. And something like this surely puts things in perspective. Hugs to you both.

Sue O said...

Hooray! Prayers will continue for healing. Yup, right now your most important job is Hubby. So happy to see this this AM.


Susan said...

I am so happy for you! Hurray! I am sure that it was not only the great doctors and great hospital - it was also the great and tender care you provide him that put him on a healing path so quickly. Such good news!

Sam I Am...... said...

So happy for all of you. Maybe an annual checkup from now on and get yourself a blood pressure monitor for both of you..."the silent killer". Eating healthy is great but if you know there are heart problems in the family then you need to be proactive....cholesterol tests, blood pressure monitoring etc. I'm sure his doctor will inform him of what he needs to do and look out for. This was a "wake-up" call and trust me, we all get them if we're lucky! Blessings to your family.

RB said...

Glad to hear hubby is home again.
Prayers for you all as you go forward, and remember, you're not in this alone. God is right there with you because our prayers have placed your family in His hands.
God bless.

Patricia @ 9th and Denver said...

I just logged off the website for math and couldn't resist checking in on my blog reading! Yours is the first one I came to and have been sitting here reading this past weeks entries about your camping ordeal and your busy work... with you hubby in the hospital and then as I was reading forward...from the camping til now, I read it.
Your hubby had a heart attack!
Girl... I have chills just thinking about it. I know a lot of the things you're going through. It's been a little over five years since The Honey had that heart attack.
I'll be praying for you over the next few weeks! It is a hard situation to move through...but you will. So glad he is coming home already.
I know you will continue to take care of your family... with good food, fresh air and exercise (when the doctor permits)

praying for you!