Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Where do the days go?

I was so busy today; yet I feel like I didn't get much accomplished. Does that happen to you too? Well, I did manage to purchase the replacement canvas for our gazebo. Very important since Tony (aka Richard) has to stay out of the sun. My father-in-law brought out our deck table and chairs - so we're ready for summer. And it felt like summer today!

Tony is still very tired. Getting up in short spurts - mostly to eat. He had a bit of a fever again today... I guess there's not much to do about that, except to give him Tylenol. Of course, if it goes as high as 38.5, I will have to take him to emergency. But, I think we're okay for now... We'll just have to wait and see what tomorrow brings.
Take good care!


linda said...

It certainly does feel like summer and not a moment too soon! It's a beautiful morning and lovely and quiet until I go wake up Henry! Have you tried the Aveeno colloidal oatmeal bath for the rash? I had a terrible reaction to penicillin once and it really helped. We all have our fingers crossed that the fever subsides. Give yourselves a hug. We all love you very much.

big sister said...

Hi guys, just checking in, saying hello, thinking of you and wishing I was with you sitting in the yard. Take care, we'll talk soon.
love michele

nikki said...

hi everyone, glad to hear weather is nice, its been unusually warm here in ireland for a few weeks but raining on + off for past 2 days. i read your blog every day + relay it to my mum and dad and family, everyone sends their best wishes and to let you guys know we are all thinking of you. say hello to jean and richard from us. take care and god bless, from nikki and hugo

Susan P said...

Hi Renée,
Just got word of your blog so I'm all caught up since we last spoke at work. Nice weather somehow brings renewed strength and hope, doesn't it! Your in-laws are great to give you such support, and it's always nice for the kids to have grand-ma and grand-pa around. I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed for you guys. big hugs, Sue

Anonymous said...

Hello Renée and Tony
Huguette told me last week about your blog. I read it all from the beginning - my english is like in the rust(?) since Hugh has gone. Just wanna say that i also like many of your friends and family, follow your "one day at a time"

Rhéal Sanfaçon