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Sunday, January 31, 2010

There: All Better.


After playing nurse for a week, the effort has finally paid off and the First Sergeant seems to be on the mend.
I give all the credit to a batch of homemade chicken noodle soup, it has worked it's magic.

This is the little "I need TLC " bell I had placed on the night table bedside his bed, it now goes back in it's box, and hopefully won't be needed anytime in the near future.

Your prayers and get well-wishes, were greatly appreciated, it's nice to have such caring friends.

15 comments:

katie said...

Good to know the first Sergeant is feel better.
Homemade chicken noodle soup really does work.
Now hide the bell, but don't forget where you put it in case you become ill.

Carol@ Writers Porch/ Book House said...

The Sgt. is blessed to have you!!xoxo

bennie and patsy said...

Happy for you and First Sgt. How cute to have a bell for sick call.
Patsy

DJan said...

I agree with Carol: he's lucky to have such a fine mate!!

donna baker said...

I'm certain it was your TLC Jo.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

You are the BEST nurse around... That's why he's better... It's because you have taken great care of him... Keep it up!!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Chris said...

Just found your blog today and I love it. Sorry the First Sergeant has been ill. I hope today is a better day.

Kipling said...

havn't read for a while! glad to hear all is well with the Sarge! Wellington I think said that an army marches on it's stomach. I bet if his men had soup like that they would still be marching now! I think I will have to get me one of those TLC bells, but I think all I will get is a different kind of ringing in my ears! if I suggested it!
Any way happy new year and hope all goes well.

Gaston Studio said...

It was the TLC that did it, with the chicken soup a close second. Good on you for being such a good nurse!

GardenofDaisies said...

Cute bell! When my kids were sick, I'd give them a jingle-bell on a ribbon to ring whenever they needed me. So even if I was working downstairs I could hear them.

Snapper II said...

I din't recall seeing one of those bells in a long long time. You are a verry unique nurse.

The Retired One said...

Yay!!! Good nursing there!

Denise said...

So happy to hear that Jo, I'm sure your TLC worked wonders :)

Barbara Anne said...

How wonderful to hear that your good care has helped the First Sargent get better!

Well done!

Anonymous said...

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