Tuesday, 22 November 2022

I am OK thank you.

 Thank you dear blog friends for your enquiries,   I am feeling a bit better every day but until my drugs are completely changed my brain is not always in gear.    Some days I feel more like putting a post on than others.   It is now my bedtime but because so many of you are sending me e mails asking after me I am just putting an up date on.   Tomorrow I will attempt to post properly - I promise.

27 comments:

gz said...

Wishing you a good night's sleep x

Rachel Phillips said...

Please don't feel under any pressure to post Weave.

Heather said...

One day at a time, and no need for daily posts until you feel up to it. Keep warm and lots of rest and recuperation until everything has settled down. I'm sure we all think of you each day. Sleep well.x

vic said...

Don't push yourself, take your time. We are all here patiently waiting and inquiries only mean that we are hoping that things are progressing for you as they should be.

Take care.

Ellen D. said...

Sweet dreams, Pat!

Debby said...

Sleep well! Check in when you can. Your first duty is to take care of yourself!

RunNRose said...

All is well as long as we know that you feel loved. Because you surely are. Sweet dreams.

Brenda said...

Take care

Susan said...

Sweet dreams. You know we are all with you as you progress and feel better and better. Medications take time and healing will come.

Red said...

Rest is important so get lots of rest.

1st Man said...

REST, you deserve it. We are all just glad you are doing better, just keep it up.

Oh and yes, rest! :-)

susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

Sleep well, get lots of rest. I think most of us just want to lift your spirits by letting you know that we are all thinking of you and wishing you well. It's our way of telling you how much we care about you. No pressure for response, just hoping you feel better every day.

Derek Faulkner said...

Seems sad to me that all the constant well wishing and questions after your health are tending to put you under pressure, you've made it clear what your situation is, perhaps it's time for people to leave you alone for a while.

Librarian said...

I'm all with Derek there. Much as I understand that we all worry when we don't hear from you regularly, we certainly don't want to put you under pressure.

Tom Stephenson said...

I am glad to hear it, Weave.

The Weaver of Grass said...

pouring wet start hre but now gentle, .autumn day Thaak you dear friends.

Gerry Snape said...

So so glad that you are recovering ...we all miss your wonderful wiosdom of the every day xxxxx Geraldine

Beside a babbling brook... said...
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Beside a babbling brook... said...

Rest....

And don't feel any pressure to post.

We understand.

Gentle hugs from across the Pond.

marlane said...

You have an amazing amount of people following you, including myself. I find you an inspiration to those of us who are getting older. I am jealous though, because I usually get no comments for my blogs, or sometimes two comments at most, but maybe it is just as well because I always want to acknowledge those comments.

Anonymous said...

It is wonderful to see a post from you!
Please Take Care,
Kaye
Park City, Utah

Bea said...

Hello, Weave. I'm glad to read that your are OK. Post when you're able. x

Barbara Anne said...

Hope all is well and that you're just happily busy with visits from friends, reading, and enjoying the world you can visit by computer or TV. Stay warm and cozy!

Hugs!

LouC said...

Greetings, Pat. It’s our Thanksgiving Day over here across the pond and I just wanted to let you know that I’m thankful for you. You brighten my days and whenever you feel up to a quick hello is a blessing. No long posts required. Knowing that you are taking care of youtself is just fine. I hope each day is a little easier.💖

Gail, northern California said...

I'm ok is enough, dear heart. We'll be waiting.

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