I've survived and I'm home now recuperating. Got to keep my legs elevated until tomorrow and then after that I can start walking about.
The staff at Khadara Hospital took very good care of me during my stay. I had lots of nice visitors, friends, students and my kids and husband of course . . . . hmmm . . . no in-laws showed up, but I didn't expect they would anyway. I got some beautiful flowers from my students and a friend gave me a nightgown with a matching bathrobe that is made from the softest cotton. It's almost too pretty to wear!
Thanks to all for the messages and comments. I should be back to work on Sunday or Monday.
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