Thank you dear friends and followers for your visits, for your love and prayers for both myself and Freddie.
I really appreciate you taking the time to call in, view my artwork and leave such wonderful comments.
Sending you all love, hugs and blessings,

June xxx

Thursday 30 September 2010


Not much of one I'm afraid.They still haven't touched Freddie's leg. They have fitted a shunt in his hand and are giving intravenous antibiotics.
I guess they won't do anything until they can stop the infections, so it looks like being a long job.
We speak several times a day and he seems quite settled now he's actually there.
He had several cups of coffee in the night  from the Night Nurse. It turns out she has the same surname as us, comes from a village about 10 miles from us and Freddie knows her father and family!
No wonder she gave him plenty of treats!

I think I have got my head around things now and feel a bit more settled.
'Do as much as you can and as little as you need.................'
That was the good advice given me today by dear cousin F, bless him.

Apart from even more back pain I am managing.
Thank you all so much for your good wishes and prayers.
They mean so much...
Love and Hugs,
Junhe xxxxx


Lovey said...

Godspeed and peace to you and Freddie. Praying for healing for you both...Hugs...Lovey

Sr Crystal Mary Lindsey said...

Dear June, Glad Fred had the cannula and getting A.Bs best to fix infection first...Knowing your hubby is settled helps you also.It sounds like he has kind nurses...can't understand the coffie at night? hope it has milk in it to sooth. Bless you both. xxxxxx

Patti said...

That is wonderful advice from your cousin. Indeed, yes, do as much as you can and as little as you need. Such wise words...that all people would do well to learn...even in times of health. Far too often, we run our bodies ragged with our constant busyness, and then we are susceptible to stress-related illnesses.

That's great that Freddie has found a friend in his nurse.

I'm continuing to pray for you, dear. Hoping he will be home quickly.

Blessings and hugs,

Sr. Ann Marie said...

Know that our sisters will be keeping all of you in prayer. Many blessings on you.

Anonymous said...

Lifting you both up in prayer...

Jill said...

Keeping you both in my prayers!


Danièle SAINT-MARTIN said...

Je fais plein de prière pour la santé de votre mari et vous adresser mes meilleurs vœux de santé

Bill said...

It seems like everyone is having a hard time right now. Our baby grandson is going to emergency right now, because he is having problems breathing. There is an outbreak of whooping cough all around us, so it's a little scary. We'll have to all share our prayers.

Miss Hillbilly said...

What William said...

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi June...You are in my thoughts and prayers and I'm hoping that this week will go by quickly and that Freddie will be free from all infection....and I am so glad that he knows the nurse's family--she will take better care of him...God works in wondrous ways!!! It is amazing....
Love and prayers,

pchickki said...

I will be praying for you and Freddie
God Bless You Both