Monday, October 13, 2008

I'M HOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Ann said...

Welcome home Elyse. Something tells me you are so glad to be there, and trust me, I understand completely. I know (only partly) how frustrating it was for you to be so confined in the hospital, not feeling great, and wanting more answers. Look at the bright got to watch your friends and family make idiots of themselves putting on those masks and making puppets out of the gloves, right?!
In any event, welcome home and this time, hope it is for good. Take care of yourself.

Betty said...

Yay! I'm so glad, Elyse! Hope you're feeling lots better soon.

Lenore and Scott said...

and you thought coming home after surgery felt good, I can't imagine this feeling! put on your jammies and feel the joy of moving freely about from room to room.

sandplay said...

Welcome home. So now begins the smooth recovery. Enjoy the day with warm wishes of love from us both,

Anonymous said...

Yipee!!! Welcome home - to stay! Enjoy this beautiful day and your fun four legged companions to entertain you. Feel better each and every minute...home sweet home, indeed.


Steve Beagle said...

Hey Ali - all of us Beagles are so happy the docs lowered the fever and you are home where you belong. Now it's time to focus on your family and a speedy recovery. Let us know what we can do and when we can visit.. g-dspeed in recovery.
Love Steve, Mer and the kids..

By the way take Joan River's approach to housekeeping.. " My idea of housework is to sweep the room with a glance..! "

Linda said...

Whoo and a big Hoo!

Linda in Houston

Mark said...


Enjoyed spending time with you this weekend and I am so glad you got to leave that cubicle of a room you so aptly described.
Wishing you continued strength



Rachel said...

Whatever heavy duty does of antibiotic they injected you with did the trick - but nothing, and I mean nothing, can surpass the Elyse Aussenberg will. Once again, you showed them who's boss.
xxoo Rachel

Anonymous said...

Just when I think that I have had an interesting or tumultous week, I get a little perspective when I turn to the ever interesting and ever inspiring Elyse blog. I am so glad you are home and thinking of you today- resting comfortably I hope. Thinking of you, Michelle N.