That's good to hear,Tony.
Aren't the daffodils late this year!
Have a good day,it's lovely again here
It was sunny first thing, but now it's clouded over. I'm sort of sitting around waiting to be told I can go collect her. :)
Uncomfortable but very treatable so it's good news. Infections just come out of nowhere sometimes. I'm glad Ailz will be home later today.
The spring flowers are glorious this year. We were in Bury St. Edmunds last week and the Abbey gardens were spectacular.
It's odd- the daffodils our garden bloomed and died weeks ago, but the public ones are still in fine form.
Glad to hear she is coming home and hopefully the infection will clear up good and quick.
Good news! antibiotics, liquid and rest! Very glad it has proved to be straightforward, welcome home Ailz!
Yes. Simple and straightforward!
So glad to hear it's something relatively simple and straight-forward like a kidney infection.
Me too. it's a big relief!
I'm glad to know it's not something serious, and that she's home! The entire season has been wonky here - much colder than normal, and so it's the end of May and the leaves are only now really opening up. There are flowers, but they are late as well.
We've had a cold spring, but with plenty of sunshine. today is overcast.
2010-05-19 11:51 am (UTC)
I am glad she is coming home! My mother just finished her antibiotics for a kidney infect too, and she neither had any idea where that could come from - no previous bladder infect, no cold, nothing. Weird stuff!
Yes, weird. Still, there's a treatment for it- and that's what counts.
A kidney infection sounds horrible, but it's good that you've got a firm diagnosis and it's something that's easy to treat. I hope Ailz feels better soon.
Thanks. She's in pain, but very happy to be home.
I'm glad to hear it's been diagnosed and is being treated!
2010-05-19 01:40 pm (UTC)
Thank goodness it is something basic!
And hooray for daffs! I was just too late down here worse luck.
We seem to be several weeks behind you, as far as spring is concerned.
I'm glad to hear she's feeling well enough to come home and that they have the decency to feed you first! Here, that almost never happens.
Really? That's bad. You don't want to be facing the outside world on an empty stomach.
I'm glad to hear that Aliz is home.
Also, there are worse things to endure on a walk to the hospital than fragrant beds of flowers.
The flowers were a definite plus.
Glad to hear it's something treatable and that she's home! Here's wishing her a quick recovery and more lovely weather to enjoy when she feels better!
2010-05-19 04:06 pm (UTC)
So pleased Ailz is coming home. Do hope she makes a swift recovery. It's good that it is something straightforward. You'll both be so happy to be home under the same roof I'm sure.
Love Jenny xxx
Yes, it's good to have her home. :)
It turns out she has a kidney infection.
Not very fun, but readily treatable, so let's hear it for that.
Also, they don't like to send anyone out into the world without feeding them first.
I am glad of it.
Yes, it's been a good day.