Tuesday, September 20, 2011

On Saturday I took the kids swimming at the local indoor pool. We stayed there for three hours until we had wrinkly and prune-like skin on our hands and feet. It was very relaxing and we had such fun too.
On Sunday we spent the day burning off weeds at the farm where the goats reside. This is in the hope to grow grain for them to have feed during the Summer months. Then we do not have to buy in food for the herd.
I started back at work last night, an afternoon shift. I worked on the Medihotel, which means I was on my own nursing eight patients who are basically self caring, and either pre ope or post operative... or sometimes unable to go home for a few days but well enough to come to the Medihotel. There is alot of planning to do, and alot of chasing up Doctors and getting paper work in order. You have to be a senior nurse and have to know your way around things in the hospital. it was a nice shift to go back onto, and although it was very busy, I think I coped well.
So, as you can see, I am healing up ok post my cholecystectomy. But, I am taking it very easy.
This afternoon I attended parent-teacher interviews for my youngest three sprout lings. I am happy to report that they are all progressing nicely with support of their Mumma. Proud am I!


Mom said...

You take it easy in a very busy way. Glad you are healing.

Jayne said...

Glad you got the Medihotel to start back at, busy but cruisy in ways you need :)
Yay on the sproutlings :)

Cazzie!!! said...

Mom, gosh, looking at it you sure are right, and with school vacation about to begin the fun starts too! I shall keep in mind to be relaxed and busy.. of course the children are more independant now so it can happen :)

Jayne, me too, I have requested it again next Tuesday arvo, fingers crossed (plus it is 4A rates woot woo)

Ginnie said...

I'm so glad you're ablt to get back to work...when do you go on the night shift again?
Also glad you had a nice weekend before going back.

karisma said...

And proud you should be! You are an awesome mama and an awesome nurse! And your spoutlings are obviously awesome too. I love you all from a distance and join in with the proudness moments. :-) PS... And I also love the chickens and the goats. LOL