Saturday, March 14, 2009

Imazo Home - Bonnie's Birthday




Hey, Y'all,

Imazo came home yesterday morning, even though she was not feeling quite "up to snuff", but after the nurse walked her around awhile, they determined that she was doing too well to be transferred to the transition unit for therapy.

Family spent a few hours after she got home, trying to call her, but the portable phone she had next to her as she lay on the couch was not charged enough for her to receive calls on it. Of course, not being aware of this, she got several hours of rest. Mae did go by her house around 1:30 and saw that she was doing pretty well.

Last evening, she called to let me know that she was doing okay, after she had gotten my message on the answering machine. Today, she was scheduled to go have her hair fixed, and grandson, Tom, was going to take her. I hope she did well at the beauty shop! OOPS...I heard later from Mae that Imazo was not able to go and was still feeling bad. Jeff went to her house to make some soup to feed her. According to Mae, Imazo was still feeling light-headed.

Also, last evening we celebrated Gramps' sister, Bonnie's, birthday with salad, pizza, and dessert. We also played dominos until about 10:30 p.m. It was really great fun! Her neice, Donna, and Donna's husband, L.D., brought Bonnie to our home last night to celebrate. The dessert was chocolate eclair dessert. Most of us had seconds, and then today for lunch, Gramps and I each had a piece of pizza and some dessert.

Pictures above are of us playing dominos and of Bonnie in her "birthday shirt".

More later. This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for now. Love to all of you, my readers. Bye for now.

3 comments:

Mom B said...

boy, Imazo has been through the ringer lately! Happy Birthday to Bonnie!

Clara....in TN said...

Happy belated birthday to Bonnie, and it's good to hear Imazo is home. I pray she continues to do well and is able to stay at home. You all have more fun visiting each other. I'm a little jealous! LOL

Sandi Van Winkle said...

Good to hear Imazo is doing better. I tend to keep my nose to the grindstone during the week teaching, but I may be able to visit her this week. Knowing Imazo she is most likely ready for anything but the sofa.