Friday, January 29, 2010

I need help...STAT !

Yesterday my DH had minor knee surgery. Is anything minor when it involves surgery and a DH???

I'm sure that for 24 hours I will be very attentive, supportive and willing to do whatever I can to make him comfortable. Just call me Nurse Nancy... or Maid Marion!

I am equally sure that in 48 hours he will be right-as-rain and ready to be up and about.

{The above image is not me....... and the image below... is NOT my DH's leg...}

Excuse me while I open a bottle of red.
I am admittedly very bad at this.


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10 comments:

  1. I had to take care of my boyfriend when he broke his leg/knee during a motorcycle accident. I think his favorite part was when I would give him a baby wipe bath haha. It gets really sweaty and hot when you're sitting in a bed all day.

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  2. Sorry I hope hubby recovers quickly! I'm a good nurse for 48 hours after that I'm suck it up and move on....little or no patience! Good luck this weekend!

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  3. Oh, I am so thrilled to see your inner "nursemaid" rise to the occasion through what I like to call a small "blip" in life. Now surely an outfit like that would make it all the more fun for the patient and perhaps one's patience too.
    pve

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  4. Good luck to you and the DH. Knee surgery can be tough but I'm sure he'll be right as rain in no time.

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  5. No knee surgery is "minor" -- maybe for the doctor, but never the patient. Boy had ACL surgery several years ago and was helpless and needy for at least a week or more. I started out a good sport, but at one point was driven to a melt-down by the steady stream of "do this, do that, no don't do it that way, bring me this, bring me that". Florence KnightinReggie I was not. Do yourself, your DH, and your marriage a favor and get a nurse!

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  6. I'm sure your nurturing skills will help your DH recover quickly. Make sure you give him his pain medicine on time! :)

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  7. Being a caretaker is really tough! Best wishes to both of you!! Don't forget to nurture yourself!

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  8. Oh no! I hope he feels better soon. I am a terrible, horrible nurse...I don't envy you. Now go get that wine :)

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  9. Ooh Debra, I bet your DH will fake it a bit longer after he has recovered. I'm soo convinced that you're really good at it; The Nursing-Game. No, serious now, I do hope he gets well very soon!!! XXX, C.

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