Good Morning my dear campers. Thank you for all the wonderful words of encouragement you have sent both as comments and as emails to my home. Please know that I would answer each and everyone of them personally, if I could, if anyone was humanly able, lol. What I will do is, as I get to each one, I will reply with a thank you, even if it’s a year from now. lol.
Now, I’ve been threatened by the staff with bodily harm if I spend too much time and over stressing myself. Since I still must continue my real job, although I’m sure my wonderful boss will personally and viciously protect me from undue stress and harm, I still have to be there. (Do you know that he came to the hospital emergency room at midnight to visit me and see how I was doing? They don’t come any better than that! Most bosses would have said, at best, “Yeah, okay, let me know how he is in the morning.” or at worst, “What the hell are you doing calling me at this time of night?!” Nope, not him, he was there wanting to know what he could do for me. I’m very blessed.)
Well, and while we’re talking about wonderful people, our neighbor’s down the street and across the street. I found this out later, of course. First the lady across the street called the lady down the street and told her there was a fire truck (the base guys, my buddies!) and an ambulance out front of our house. They were worried I had had a heart attack with the chest pain incident not too long ago. Anyway, the dear wonderful sweet lady down the street (and of course her wonderful husband was involved as well) came down to our house, came inside and (after a short conversation with Mrs. Dragon) ended taking our littlest Dragonette back home with her to spend the night, feed her and make her a lunch for school and make sure she got on the bus the next day! I’m so very blessed.
I could go on and on about the wonderful doctors and nurses that ran into. The two very cute, very smart, and very forcefully insistent (don’t you just love that in a woman?) ambulance ladies from ….well, trying not to use names and places here … (only because I don’t have permissions and don’t want to try and get them…and yes, I’m being paranoid, but sometimes, they really ARE out to get you, lol) who did such a fantastic job of taking care of me, reassuring me, and keeping me alive long enough to get to the hospital. Plus, the one in the back had a wicked sense of humor. A top 5% attribute in my book.
Anyway, I do need to get the dragonette off to the bus stop and me off to work, we are on a two hour snow delay this morning, so again, thank you all VERY much for ALL the well wishes and wonderful comments. Dragon Laffs will be back on track soon, albeit a bit less frequent than you are used to and perhaps we’ll make it more interesting with some different changes as well.
Now, have a great day and enjoy, until we talk again.