help!

help!

I've had my philodendron (Norma) for a little over nine years. Things have been stressful around my household lately, and I haven't tended to her like I normally do. Yesterday, I was shocked to find her leaves had turned yellow and had become limp. The soil was wet, so I figured it was a drainage problem. I took her over to a nursery and a lady there helped me pick out a more suitable pot and new soil. I've repotted her, and now I'm wondering, about how long do you think it will take for me to see a noticeable difference in her health? Also, is there anything else you think I could do to help her recover? I'm worried :\
(This is from before being repotted. She's in something MUCH BETTER now.)
don’t you just love springtime?

don’t you just love springtime?

I made this.. just because..

I made this.. just because..

My 100 year old tea rose bush is in full bloom!

My 100 year old tea rose bush is in full bloom!

between the cracks

between the cracks

Pretties

Pretties

spring yard pics

spring yard pics