Well, I am at the big “Un-hunnert” (by Fourth Fret’s standard) and I thought, “Self, what better way to greet 100 than to introduce you to the mighty Mr. Stitch. An idea given to us on Friday by our roommates whose little boy had just moved out of ICU (he had heart surgery too for a different defect) on how to use all the little odds and ends we kept from Jacob’s time in the hospital. Some from last year and some from Friday. So I give you:
The dog was originally given to us by friends a few days before his heart surgery last year.
The hat is his nasal c-pap hat from after surgery. The pink thing on a blue stick was what the respitory therapists used to thump on his chest to get the gunk out of his lungs after they collapsed after surgery. The restraints were used both times to keep him from yanking out wires and such. The yellow mask is what we had to where if we had a cough or something, and the oxygen mask was used both times.
Hey, and thanks all for suffering through my 100 posts! Hee hee! 🙂 I thought about listing one hundred things I am grateful for, but thought that would get awfully long so I thought I would list my top 5:
- My super duper handsome huggable hubby Paul
- My delightful darling daughter Elizabeth (Lizard gizzard in a blizzard)
- My devilishly delicious daughter Dorothy (dot com, comet, and dot)
- My dear dancing daughter Emily (Emmy Em)
- My stupendous swashbuckling son Jacob (miracle boy)
I think I am the luckiest person on earth!! 🙂