What’s going on

donkeysJust want to let you all know what’s going on.  Jon is in the hospital and tomorrow will most likely have a procedure to unclog an artery going to his heart.  He was feeling fine when I left the hospital tonight.  We had fun posting photos on facebook from the hospital earlier in the day.  Don’t have it in me to write anymore tonight but we’ll keep you updated.

35 thoughts on “What’s going on

  1. Maria,

    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    I’ve been where you are now as my husband had angioplasty. Just want you to know you are not alone as good thoughts and prayers are ascending for you and Jon.

    You are a special couple with amazing gifts. Get some rest because you’ll need to summon all your nursing skills to keep this guy on track once he gets home.

    Thinking of you.

  2. Keeping you and Jon in my thoughts tonight, as it appears many others are…all those warm, loving wishes, a safety net for you both.

  3. Sending the BIGGEST, WARMEST, HEALING HUGS to you both. xoxoxoxooxoxoxxoxoxoxoxooxoxooxoxoxooxoxoxoxooxoxoxoxo

  4. Hugs to you Maria…. get some sleep tonight… you’re gonna need it. Know that the network of Bedlam Farm bloggers surrounds you and Jon and will be keeping you in their thoughts. (did I say “hugs”?… oh, yea)…

  5. Maria I’ve been praying ever since I read about it. I’m sure you are exhausted and I hope you are able to rest tonight. I’m thinking of you both and send warmest hugs your way. let me know if there is any way I can help. I loved the silliness of the FB photos today. It lightened a scary situation. Take care of you too!

  6. Jon, so sorry to hear about your upcoming surgery. You are in my prayers. It sounds like your Open House was a huge success. I just bought a puppy and your training books have been so helpful. My puppy is doing amazingly well with the guidance you provided. Thank you, Jackie

  7. Prayers for Jon’s health and speedy recovery, and for your sanity (!) during a difficult time…thinking of you both…

    Kathleen

  8. Hey, Maria–

    Hang in there! Sounds like an angioplasty. . . these truly are the miracle procedures of today’s world. I have a friend who, over the years, has had an odd physical situation where he keeps having his arteries clog up (most people don’t), but now in his late 80s, he has been going strong through–believe it or not–fifteen of these procedures over the last 25 years. Typically he’s in the hospital for a day or two (the procedure is amazingly minimal) and then he comes out feeling better and doing more. Hope Jon has an equally positive experience. Sending you both good thoughts and hugs.

    Best,
    Anne

  9. Maria – thanks for taking a moment to update us on how Jon is doing. Please take care of yourself too. The seat next to the bed or in the waiting room is one of the most stressful places in the world to be. You are both in my thoughts and prayers.

  10. Thanks for letting us know, Maria, so we can pray and send you both good thoughts and love. I pray for the doctors to use all their skill and wisdom for Jon’s care. Christine

  11. Glad Jon caught this early before a heart attack. Art had the same thing a few years back and is doing great. Hope Jon has the same good health. Hugs to you, it’s always stressful for the person waiting.

  12. I send healing, positive thoughts to Jon as he undergoes the procedure. I send good thoughts to you for strength and extra donkey kissing until Jon comes home!

  13. Thanks Maria. All the best to you and Jon. There are lots of prayers and good mojo going around from the Bedlamites. We are wishing our pirate captain and his first mate well!!

  14. Maria, my heartfelt wishes for Jon’s speedy recovery. I’m somewhat familiar with procedures of that nature as a number of my friends and family have had something that sounds similar. I used to say that is when we are often given a chance to take stock of our lives and stop and smell the roses. Jon has always been one to share with his readers and seems to be able to take stock and smell the roses all of the time. He is a teacher to many of us.I am always learning from both of you. My thoughts are in Cambridge, New York with you and Jon.
    Take care.
    Jane

  15. Hi Maria…Hellllloooooo Jon,
    Am sending good vibes and positive thoughts!!!
    Just as a distraction, Maria, I just finished “Perfect”….
    golly gee, I think that may be one of the most heart wrenching
    books I have ever read. She is a beautiful writer but oh, I boo
    hooed frequently. I also read “Astonish Me”, which I really liked
    too. Always looking for another book to keep me away from another
    Scandinavian Crime book.
    My very best wishes to you both!
    Namaste, Gail

  16. Maria: Hope all will go smoothly for you and Jon. You’ve both got good attitudes about this – having fun and sharing jokes. That helps with any procedures and with healing. Roger and I are thinking of you both.

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