Friday, July 22, 2022

What’s Up, Doc?

My wife came home Tuesday afternoon after a month of hospitalization and rehabilitation. She is in good health, happy to be back home, but is not too thrilled with having to use a walker. 

I had to move a bookcase and some clutter to give her clear paths for her walker. Also, I have been her doting nurse on call 24/7. I think a nurse uniform will be appropriate for Halloween.

Source: Intermix
Wearing Jonathan Simkhai

womanless wedding in the UK
Femulating in a womanless wedding in the UK
Source: Aunty's Womanless Photos


  1. AnonymousJuly 22, 2022

    I'm glad your wife is better! At least she's home where she belongs and is happy! Have a great weekend!

  2. I am so glad she is home and feeling a bit better. I hope you are too as you have had health concerns as well!

  3. Thank God. In sickness and in health!

  4. Good luck with the nursing, and wishing your wife a quick recovery.

  5. Well, as far as uniforms, I found All heart well made enough. (Yes, I did Halloween in a real nurse uniform dress, not some flimsy costume)

  6. Great news! And best wishes to you both!

  7. Keri MarieJuly 22, 2022

    Wish you and your wife the best.

  8. Glad your wife is home, wishing her a continued recovery and yourself all you need to continue supporting her.

  9. AnonymousJuly 23, 2022

    Good news about your wife and wishing you both all the best with nursing, care and recovery. Sue x

  10. AnonymousJuly 23, 2022

    Wonderful news about your wife's return home, Stana. May her recovery progress ever more smoothly with you as her caregiver.

  11. Yay! I pray for a speedy and complete recovery.

  12. Nagaveena RaoJuly 23, 2022

    May the wife get better... And be a good nurse...she must like this nurse 😜

  13. AnonymousJuly 23, 2022

    Great news to hear that your wife is home. We all know you will give her the best of care. Hugs, Kathi

  14. AnonymousJuly 24, 2022

    Always wondered about people hesitating to use a walker. For me,they represent freedom! Can't imagine life without them (I have indoor/outdoor, upstairs/downstairs and at commonly visited neighbours…) Considering the alternative, they are a joy.

  15. Stana,

    Keep the faith. Glad your wife is home and feeling better.
    You are entering the hardest job you will ever have, a caregiver.

    Thank you for stepping up and taking care of your wife.