Friday, July 22, 2011

Home.......

Believe it or not I am finally home. Got here about 7 or so last night and I am exhausted. Just wanted everyone to know I am home and safe and you support has been greatly appreciated. I have missed you all.

I can't even tell you how good it was to hear real live horse voices this morning when I awoke. It did my heart good. Can't wait until the day I can actually touch one of them. In the meantime, I'm going to have to settle for the sounds of hoofbeats as they play in the field and their wonderful voices.

I hope to get around to visit all of my blogfriends sometime soon, We'll see how it goes. I have promised myself and my family I would not push beyond my limits. That means this post is now done.

Until the next time.............Thanks again everyone for your love and support. It has been so helpful to all of this throughout this scary time.

MiKael

43 comments:

  1. Love and hugs to you and all of your family! SO pleased to hear you are home safley in your own bed. Keep your promise sweet lady and take it easy!

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  2. So glad you're home now. What an ordeal. I'm praying you get better super quick!

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  3. Glad you're home (with horse noises) - sending best wishes and thoughts.

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  4. You probably feel like a wet noodle right about now, but every day is going to be better and every day you will be stronger! Being home is going to help a lot.

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  5. Glad you're within hearing distance of horses. The healing will be accelerated for sure. So glad to read you're home. Be vigilant about lots of rest.

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  6. Welcome home, be careful not to overdo it.

    I know you'll think of a million things that need doing, but trust me, they will wait...

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  7. WELCOME BACK WOMAN!!! So good to hear the strength in your voice today! Knee mail continues from this corner of the world for you and the entire crew there MiKael. Just holler when you need a goofy story to give you a giggle!

    We love you!!

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  8. It's so good to hear that you are home with your family and your horses. Please do as you are told and take it easy so you can heal quickly. Best wishes coming to you with a big hug.

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  9. It's good to hear from you. What an ordeal you must be experiencing. Get as much rest as possible. We want you to recover well.

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  10. ((HUGS!!)) I'm so happy to hear that you're home! I'll continue to send you good thoughts and healing vibes!! :)

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  11. Glad your home and getting better. [[[[[hugs]]]]]! Take is easy!

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  12. Happy to hear that you are home now; let the healing begin- it's always much better at home. I'll continue to keep you in my prayers.

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  13. So happy to hear that you are finally home. I hope the familiar sounds of home bring you healing. *HUGS*

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  14. I am so happy to hear you are finally home. Now you can really start getting better. Take it easy. Don't forget to ask for help when you need it.

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  15. Welcome home. Maybe some mirrors can be rigged to give you a better view of outside.

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  16. It's so nice to read some good news. So glad your back in your own home.

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  17. Hang in there. It's hard to keep a good woman down! Be strong.

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  18. Great news that you are finally home! You're still in my prayers. Take care and concentrate on your recovery.

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  19. Lovely to see you back! Wishing you quick recovery.

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  20. So glad to hear you are home at last! You are in my prayers for a fast, full recovery! I hope hearing all the horsey noises around you helps you with your recovery, all my best wishes,

    Karren from Australia

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  21. It's wonderful that you can hear your horse's voices and hoofbeats. Next comes the smell.

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  22. It's so good to hear from you! I'm glad that you're finally home and that you're close to those you love, including your beautiful horses! I hope they expedite your recovery! :) HUGS your way!

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  23. Good to hear you are home!

    I think it will help you heal,horses every day :)

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  24. It's good to have you back. Stick around for a while, okay?

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  25. Welcome home. Good to hear from you. Take it easy in the coming weeks <3

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  26. Best wishes, Mikael. I'm happy you're able to be home now and with your horses. Get your rest.

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  27. I'm so glad you're home. Lots of hugs and prayers are being sent your way.

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  28. So glad to hear you are home.

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  29. Glad you're home. Hope you'll be able to visit with your herd soon. Betcha Legs will turn himself inside out with joy. Best wishes for a speedy recovery and my thoughts are with your whole family. It's tough to have to adjust routines.

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  30. So happy you are home!! Continuing to send good thoughts and a super fast recovery your way!!

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  31. SO glad you are home. Not being able to go outside and play with the horses was the hardest part for me after umpteen surgeries (the chemo didn't stop me though ;o)

    Praying for a quick recovery!

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  32. Oh dear, I am sooo glad that you can begin to heal with your lovely horses nearby!
    Happy for your heart and soul, knowing that the nickers and whinnies and sounds do help!Soon, they shall infuse your body and soul with smells and hair and lovely horse dirt!!

    What an amazing journey...YOU ARE SO LOVED and covered in prayers by myself and so many others!...please do take care and all will be waiting for you, as you begin to gain strength.
    Really glad that you are home!
    Kac

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  33. speedy recovery,Mikael! Happy that you are home where you can heal good and proper!

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  34. Glad to know you are finally able to be home..it will do o much for you to have familiar surroundings and horses while you are on the mend!

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  35. Good to hear you made it home! When you are in familiar surroundings with your animals near- the healing process goes much quicker. Don't overdo anything and you should be good as new before you know it. You will still be in our thoughts and prayers.

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  36. someone did bring legs to the window/porch for you, right?

    i cannot imagine how it would feel after so long.

    i always smell my horse every day but i don't get to enjoy it until i've been gone, because for some reason i don't notice the smell, cuz i'm around it too much. my husband does, and i must presume my colleagues do (when i clean my stall before work, especially!). but only when i've been gone a few days (weeks) do i really bask in that smell. under the mane is great, and the muzzle/mouth area is heaven.

    and i know something you do - arabs smell different than other horses.

    get well soon.

    ~lytha

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  37. Such good news that you are home!!!!!Have been sending healing thoughts your way constantly!!!! Take it easy and don't push yourself, we will be here waiting but don't want you to overdo, just get better and back out with those furry kids!!

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  38. I'm praying for you. I think that field full of "doctors" will do you a world of good. Stay strong!

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  39. Recoveries are Wonderful! Take your time! Best Wishes!

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