Friday, January 29, 2010

Tea Rose Home in a Bed and Breakfast

Posted by Mr. Tea Rose Home on behalf of Mrs. Tea Rose Home.

Hi everyone! I know I usually update my post on Fridays. Today's post is a little boring, so bear it with me. I went in to the hospital to get a procedure done this morning. Even though I'm home, I can't do much right now. For those of you who are new to this blog you might be wondering, "What procedure?".... No I didn't get plastic surgery or anything like that to improve future pictures of me. If you want to find out go here, it will explain a little of my condition.

The procedure is pretty routine for me, so I am OK. Besides, Mr. Tea Rose Home is taking good care of me. I should be able get up and resume my regular schedule sometime next week.

Meanwhile, It is the perfect time for me to catch up on my reading and I might be having a breakfast in bed. So I can't complain.

So Everyone, Have a nice weekend and see you all next week!

Mr. Tea Rose Home: Well that's it folks, I guess I have to try and figure out what to do for breakfast. "Honey! Where do you keep the milk!?"

19 comments:

  1. Get well soon.I am a silent reader of your blog for a quiet some time and you ara a true inspiration for me. May god bless you and your family.

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  2. Sounds as though you have a very dear hubby [hope he found the milk].
    I've been enjoying your blog for some time now and never fail to be inspired by your creativity.

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  3. I am a new reader so I had not read your post about your name and condition. Thanks for sharing that with your readers. It's very inspiring. I hope you recovery goes well this weekend! Keep smiling!

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  4. When I first came to your blog, I saw your name name and thought, "I know a Sachiko from Snow college." But it wasn't her. I didn't know it was common, just beautiful and know that I know the meaning, it is even more beautiful. I'm sorry to read about your medical condition. I never would have known that you have a leg amputated. You aer amazing and give inspiration, hope and joy to so many people. Thnks for being you! Oh, I don't know if you like reading Asian blogs, but there is a hilarious one called tokenasianfriend.blogspot.com. She went to high school with me. You will laugh for hours!

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  5. Sachiko,
    sorry to hear you are down for a bit. Get to feeling better soon. In the meantime, enjoy your little break.

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  6. Hey Sachiko, hope you will recover soon, and like you said emerge out stronger this time! Hope you a fast way to recovery! And you have such a sweet Mr. Tea Rose Home, who takes good care of you and even blogs for you!!

    btw, I went through your etsy today, and I just love it! Great finds!

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  7. Hope you get well soon! Habe a lovely weekend too!! :)

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  8. I am a new reader and was not aware of your health problems. Thanks for sharing. It sounds like you have a wonderful life, husband, family and I'm so happy for you. Hope you are on the mend and better soon. Take care and keep up your wonderful blog.

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  9. Get well and rest. Enjoy your down time and concentrate on you. We moms tend to forget that now and again. Let Mr..handle it - he seems to be terrific.
    tammy

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  10. Get well soon! Well, not before you get your breakfast in bed ;-)

    ...and Mr. Tea Rose Home, the milk in 99,9999% of households can be found in the fridge door, second shelf, third from the right ;-)

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  11. Sachiko,

    You are a beautiful woman, and you have been truly blessed with a beautiful family. I hope you are feeling better, and blessings to your husband for taking such good care of you.

    Prayers going out to you.

    Denise
    mommiesmemorie@yahoo.com

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  12. I also am a new reader and was unaware of your challenge. I was already impressed that you could squeeze so much creativity into such a full life -- now I am speechless in awe.

    Sending you prayers for a speedy recovery. Glad you have such a dear caretaker!

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  13. Thinking of you and hoping you are back to normal and creating beautiful things soon. My prayers are with you, sweet friend.

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  14. I have long marveled at your creativity and talent and thank you for sharing it with us. I hope you are feeling better and up to crafting soon. BTW, my husband is an amputee and prosthetist and will be happy to have a link to my "blog-life". Best wishes!

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  15. Hope your recovery is moving along smoothly. You've been in my thoughts and prayers.

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  16. i love your blog and i just found out on your etsy that you are from utah!! me too!! i love coming across fellow utahns! also i am totally making your ruffle shirt out of DE wonder tee's this week for my project, thanks again for posting it!

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  17. I hope you are recovering well!
    -Amanda

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  18. Hi Sachiko! I hope you are recovering well. I've had you in my prayers!

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  19. I hope you're taking it easy and feeling better every day!

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