My New Job…Nursemaid

We’ll see how long lit lasts. P had surgery today for his broken nose. We needed to be at the hospital by 6:30am so we had to leave the house by 5:45am. I got up at 5am to walk G-dog, expecting to be home early afternoon. Yeah, not so much.

While in the waiting area I got a call on their little phone that it was going to take 3-4 hours JUST for the surgery! What, they had grow him a new nose on the back of a mouse? Anyway, I called my Mom to ask if she could let G-dog out since I was not sure when we would be home. Luckily, it only took 2&1/2 hours and then 2 hours in recovery and then about an hour in the room before we could go. This was not before P got to crack some (what he thought were excellent) jokes and puns to the hospital staff (Example: Gets on the elevator after and asks for the Penthouse and surf and turf for lunch). Oh what pain meds will do. I don’t want to know what I didn’t get to hear.

He is now in bed, watching TV, bleeding into his gauze (ick) but…

he is home and all went well. :) I am happy and thankful for that.

Posting may still be a bit off as I will have to pick up a couple extra duties while he is recovering.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16995239482766454974 Sidney (Sixy Mama)

    Oh, bummer…that doesn’t sound like fun! Glad he’s doing well, though.Isn’t it funny how funny they think they are – pain meds or not?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10399156539354549499 Jen

    I am glad all when well. You just gotta love pain med induced funny. They never get old, never!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10023417839687501752 Snooty Primadona

    Sooooo… In a round about way he got a nose job? How does he feel about hockey now that the meds have worn off? Or have they? Does/will he still have that sense of humor? Hehehe… I'll check back on the boy. I used to play broomball with the boys when I still lived in Aspen & someone was always getting hurt. Except for me. I could dodge faster than anyone. Still, I knew when it was time to leave it to the younger crowd.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00736680428036053669 BS5 Blogger

    He’s a lucky man there, Florence Nightingale!It makes me laugh when you use the word ick!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16794387734217000502 Los

    I love a good pun! Sounds like he’s got a “nose” for it … thank you, good night.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05205278384614133047 McBöbø

    Ohhhhh who are you kidding! You love it really. To guest star in your own TV Medical Daytime Soap. The blushing, lip biting Nurse Scargo and the brisk Doctor Sun, bossing about/looking after that poor man!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16056327117924455147 Mama Dawg

    Glad to know he’s recovering well. Be a good nurse, now, ya hear?

  • http://profile.typekey.com/asthmagirl/ asthmagirl

    Caretaking someone after surgery is always entertaining! I’ve been through a number of them with my husband and middle daughter! I hope he feels better soon! The Brute Squad sends their best to G-dog!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06426465346446099471 Nina

    That is a long day at the hospital. Good luck with your new duties and I hope your hubby heals soon.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12928664767760648499 Hullaballoo

    And P can take you out for a romantic dinner when his hooter had healed. You poor things, it’s no fun hanging around a hospital then playing nursie at home. Hugs to you both.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12876721918832910737 Capricorn

    lol. I dont mean to laugh, but the comment about the penthouse and surf and turf really cracked me up.ahhh…morphine. it should come over the counter so everyone can be happier.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/18341753113164178323 Lula!

    And after he recovers, you will need some recovery time of your own. Since you’re being a good nurse to him now and all.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16047430228350114744 Sue

    Lucky P, a nose job and a cute nurse to take care of him. Just remind him that pay back is a bitch!