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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Prayers, Good Thoughts and POTP Welcome!

Hello friends!  We took a longer than usual pause this week because hubby, Mark ended up in ER for emergency surgery on his groin hernia.  He was admitted at midnight Sunday morning and came home yesterday.

Mark is doing well and of course all the dogs were glad to see him.  We waited until they had their dinner and settled down before they greeted him.  They were all very gentle with Mark as he is obviously still in pain from surgery and is moving a little slower.  He has 6 weeks of recovery ahead of him but things are looking positive.  He feels better without the worry and threat of his bad hernia and he had an excellent surgeon who took care of it.

We are just so lucky to have him home with us again and know that he is only going to get better.

Any thoughts, prayers and power of the paw would be greatly appreciated.

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Brian's Home Blog said...

Oh dear, purrs and prayers from all of us are on the way.

TimberLove said...

All our prayers furiends,


Unknown said...

Our thoughts and prayers are for you all. Take care.
Best wishes Molly

Saved by Dogs said...

So sorry to hear Mark needed surgery; so glad to hear he had it and is home recovering. Lots of positive thoughts sent your way!

How Sam Sees It said...

We are praying for a speedy recovery for him! Sending lots of GOLDEN healing vibes his way.

Monty and Harlow

Greyhounds CAN Sit said...

Glad that Mark is back home with you all. Here's hoping he behaves during his recovery ;) No heavy lifting etc!