Saturday, May 16, 2009

Day Three

Well, Day Three wasn't so good, but that's primarily because the Braves didn't win tonight. In fact, they didn't win by a whole lot.

The Dawg was still tired today, wheezing and short of breath, but he's certainly better than he was on Thursday.

Now, let's talk about the personnel at Summerville Medical Center. Have you ever seen people who seem so delighted to bring the needles to stick the patients?

Laura, Jenny, Lori, Bobbie and Pam certainly seem to enjoy their jobs! They've been wonderful!

In fact, I almost hate to leave at night. They seem to enjoy The Dawg too much!

Here, I think Bobbie is having the same problem with Carroll that Mindy had yesterday. He's not supposed to talk when he's taking the breathing treatment (i.e. "smoking the peace pipe.")

He had some nice visitors today, including Vic & Edie, Lisa, Pete & Mary, and Pastor Holley from St. Luke's. Pastor Holley, who had just arrived (two hours earlier) back in the area from his daughter's graduation in Chicago, had devotions with Carroll.


Anonymous said...

Hey Poppy. This is Kim, Joanne's daughter. Just wanted to let you know that I have been thinking of you and praying for you. I hope that you are feeling better and better each day. I have enjoyed keeping up with your status on your blogger page. Thank you Sherry for keeping us informed. It is nice to be able to keep up with how y'all are doing. Summerville Medical does have a good staff. I'm glad to hear they are treating you good. Well, just wanted to tell you that I, we, love you and take care. Don't worry, I'm sure the Braves will come back strong! Lots of Love, John, Kim, Amber and Ginger (

Anonymous said...

Hey,Mr.Smith-It has been quite a pleasure being included in your recovery at SMC. I am honored to be included in your blog page as well.
Keep an eye on that fillie. She may show us something special on June 6th. Shall we put our money on Rachel or the Bird?
Take care and God bless...
Bobbie, RRT.RCP