November 19, 2009

Hello, can you hear me...

Can you  hear me now?

Yes, well good. Hello my dear internets. Did you miss me? I missed you

I am doing well and everything came out just fine, ha ha. I will not show you the before and after photos because that would just be sick. And besides I was unconscious and could not take any ha ha. I am tired and in a little bit of pain but that's okay I will recover here at our home away from home. We have received a little bit of money from the insurance company though not enough but I suppose it will get us started. Cross your fingers that we will be home for Christmas. I will keep it short for today and hopefully when I wake up from my little nap I will be around to see y'all.

Yes, as a matter of fact you can find this exact photo at 365 Views by Me
and no this is not cheating. It'Snot either. go ahead giggle, you know you want to.


Auntie sezzzzzz... said...

You and some *Girlie Bits* have been separated. Yaaaaaaaaa that, because your doc said it necessary.

R-E-S-T! Did you hear me? R-E-S-T!
Do it or do I have to come over there and make you?!? >,-)

Not really hollering at you. [But I will, if you don't rest] Sending good wishes and lots of gentle hugs.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Have a good rest!

Jannie Funster said...

you'll be home for christmas
back home on the farm
you'll have dough and mistletoe
and no sling on your arm.

Christmas eve will find you
where the lovelight gleams
you'll be home for christmas
to fling your bra to the beams.


Judypatooote said...

I have stopped by before, to check up on you, and for some reason couldn't leave a comment...I could read though.....I hope your feeling better, and you sound pretty up....and I can't believe you weren't taking pictures....LOL.. well rest...I had a hyst....about 25 or 30 years ago....thank God....I'm still trying to rest....LOL....judy

Liara Covert said...

Great to hear from you at the Dreambuilders Australia Blog. Sounds like your life continues to stretch you. Every experience can be viewed as beneficial and enriching on some level. Reframing is a very meaningful tool to help you appreciate where you are now.

J. M. Strother said...

Too many operations going on in the circle of writers I follow. I send you all my best vibes and pray for a speedy recovery. Take care of yourself and don't rush things.

Jai Joshi said...

My very best wishes to you, Paige. Get well soon.


Snaggle Tooth said...

Whoa! Got enough meds yet? First off, you wanna switch all those for a box of Jelly Bellies, cause it tastes better!

Glad you made it through your operative ordeal, n are 2nd-home for the recoop, regroup, n got a check poop.

May Jingle Bells ring at 1st-home- Rest up, I hear it takes a few weeks to run around again...

sheila said...

LOL, sorry, the post may have been short, but made me chuckle. Hope your all healed up SOON!

Dorraine said...

You'll be home for Christmas with bells on! Sending prayers and merry wishes your way, Paige.

teahouse said...

Glad everything went well! Painkillers are a wonderful thing, woot!

Deanna said...

I second and third the REST instructive Paige. I had a hysterectomy at an early age, 33. About 2 weeks into recovery I was home with my sons alone, 6 and 4 years old at the time. I went outside for a second and the 6 year old locked me out of the house, while the 4 year old was crying for me. I had to crawl through the window to get back in, which tore my stitches open, adding 2 extra weeks of recovery. So, my advice - do not walk outside with little ones in the house and end up having to crawl through the window.
I need to write that story.
Get well quick!