• I am no longer homebound!

    Asked by BuckeyeShelby on Thursday, November 5, 2020

    I am no longer homebound!

    The wound care specialist has officially released me from care. I'll be wearing a dry dressing for awhile yet. She said probably I should be healed enough to do without it by Thanksgiving. Thought I'd share my good news. I've come a long way since the end of June and that stupid wound vac!

    11 Answers from the Community

    11 answers
    • Kp2018's Avatar

      This is wonderful news! It sure has been a long haul for you. I'm glad you'll be able to get out and about now. Be safe, and thanks for sharing good news.

      19 days ago
    • MarcieB's Avatar

      Yay! This really has been a long ordeal for you, I am very glad things are looking so good. Do you have some good plans for thanksgiving? You deserve to have a great day!

      19 days ago
    • Lynne-I-Am's Avatar

      Good news indeed lady. Dry dressing a piece of cake compared to that wound vac. Wishes for continued healthy healing and better days ahead.

      19 days ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar

      What fabulous news!!!! YAY!!! It gave me a big smile when I read the heading on your post!!!

      19 days ago
    • JaneA's Avatar

      That is awesome news. It will take some time to regain your strength. Best wishes.

      19 days ago
    • Teachertina's Avatar

      I love seeing such good news here! Enjoy the upcoming holidays and the start of a new year with your newfound freedom!! Stay safe and well!

      18 days ago
    • Bug's Avatar

      That is wonderful news, BuckeyeShelby! Yeah! Though I suspect Ruskin doesn't want you leaving the house...

      18 days ago
    • legaljen1969's Avatar

      Wonderful news Shelby. We are all so happy to hear it/see it,

      18 days ago
    • BuckeyeShelby's Avatar

      Yeah, but Bug, Ruskin is THRILLED those nurses won't be invading HER house..

      18 days ago
    • JustForToday's Avatar

      Shelby, I am so happy for you. It constantly amazes me how things like a cancer journey (or a pandemic) humbles us. I was housebound for 3 months during chemo. When my immune system recovered and I could go out for walks, all the neighborhood dogs raced to me and wanted to be friends. I think my gratitude for the small joy of being able to be outside and walking was so palpable that the dogs recognized it. I hope your joy is so evident that you are welcomed to the world again, as well.

      16 days ago
    • Jayne's Avatar

      That is such great news, I'm sure you feel like a new woman!

      15 days ago

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