Thursday, November 9, 2017

good to be home...

18 comments:

Marlin Andrus said...

You look good for what you just went thorough. Hope you feel as good. What prompted all the tests?

Sam Finn said...

Glad you're home. Praise God.

John Wells said...

Marlin...years of youthful indiscretions and a funny blip on an EKG.

Larry G said...

Thumbs up! Back to work! ;-)

John Wells said...

Week of rest first...doctor's orders.

Todd said...

Glad everything worked out for the best!

Zole said...

Time is on your side.

Margery Bills said...

Not today John, not today. (Remember the ad on t.v. of the elderly Sweedish woman who was about to die and wanted her window left open at night so her soul could escape and the nurse said - not tonight, not tonight - and closes the window.) :-)

MsBelinda said...

Glad you are back home, now take it easy and rest.

rj said...

Time for wine women and song

Scott Brinks said...

Be Well... many get peace from you and your life.

B.B. Sutton said...

Two ships passing in the night.....I was heading home while you were doing the same. Sorry I missed you, but real glad about the outcome of your procedure. I would have enjoyed meeting you, Ben and Chupa.

rj said...

BB Sutton... Interestingly I was down to Terlingua and Big Bend last month while John was up there stressing for the first time, but I did get to talk to a neon hippy at the ghost town front porch (heavy no debt message between beers at 10am) and briefly met up with one of John’s protégées, Robert Earl (can you pick me up some half and half on your way). Big Bend is an interesting place, one minute you are in the desert, twenty minutes later you are at a mountain lodge 5000 feet up with volcanic formations teeming with lush connifers. The Park even has one dinosaur dig location with a pavallion run by solar and quenched by rainwater collection.

B.B. Sutton said...

rj...Big Bend is an awe inspiring place in our great state and my heart. I only discovered it about 5 years ago and I've been back every couple of years since then, it's a wonderful experience. Been to the front porch and made the dinosaur dig this trip...hard to deal with the fact that it was an ocean millions of years ago.

David Johnson said...

Glad you got home to relax

Dizzy-Dick said...

Sure glad that you are home. Now, just don't over do it, you hear?

remmij said...

glad things are back to normal at tfl…
or near normal… (and I don't mean Illinois - or Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, or Tennessee.)

pamit said...

Smell the roses. Or maybe the rabbitbrush. Welcome home!