Sorry about missing my usual Sunday night posting. But remember how this week was going to be the one where I relaxed after sending DUNCAN off to my publisher? Maybe accomplish a few of the many things on my to-do list?

Well, my darling husband (DH) went into the hospital on Wednesday, completely unexpected. I’ve spent the last 5-6 days at the hospital with him, except for a brief visit home each day to shower/change/bring in the mail. Very little sleep in a chair by his bed, lots of stress.

But GOOD NEWS! Today he’s home again, back to our own bed, our own house, our own space. I was so happy I could have cried. In fact, I think I did. Hospitals are necessary, they do a lot of good, but there’s nothing like home to make you feel better. And my DH is better, too. Not fully happy or himself, yet, but getting there.

I did manage to do some work in the middle of the night while I sat awake, unable to sleep. I worked on LUCAS’s outline and sketched out the new Vampire Vignette. I haven’t looked at those notes, yet, so I can’t say if they make any sense. I was awfully tired, and by last night, my brain simply refused to function. But tonight I shall sleep well and tomorrow that to-do list is still waiting for me!

I might have an interview up on Black Nailed Reviews this week. It’s scheduled, but I’m not sure it’s going to show up. I’m checking and I’ll let you know when I know.

In the meantime, hope this week is way less exciting than last week. And I hope the same for you all, unless the excitement is the fun kind! See you next week!


14 thoughts on “THE WEEK THAT WAS”

  1. Went thru the same scenario with my DH a couple of years ago. He sometimes gets on my last nerve but he’s my best friend and I love him. Take care of your DH, cherish him while he’s recuperating and then treat him like normal once he’s back on his feet again! 🙂

  2. Anyone who has endured a family health crisis can empathize with what you went thru last week – so glad at all went well for you and your hubs. Life continually challenges us indeed.

  3. So sorry about your horrible, stressful week! I’m glad your husband is doing better and hope he continues on to a full recovery soon. Take care. (Both of you!)

  4. Geez, I’m sorry to hear about your crappy week. When things like this happen to a loved one it effects everyone in the family. Now that he’s home and under your tender ministrations, I’m sure he’ll have a speedy recovery.

    Sleep well and take care.

  5. Hi DB,

    So sorry about your hubby being in the hospital this week. Glad that he’s home now and doing much better. I’m sending healing vibes for a speedy recovery. Rest and remember to take care of yourself as well! 🙂

    ((big hugs))

  6. Sorry to hear about your stressful week. I hope your husband is feeling better. It’s scary when a loved one is sick. Take care of you!

  7. Glad your husband is home and on his way for a speedy recovery!!! Hopefully your week will get better 🙂

  8. Well, that’s a stressful week. 🙁 I’m glad he’s home and doing better. Make sure you take care of both of you!

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