November 21, 2013

How To Eat A Mini Pepper.

My kids taught me this.
They bring mini-peppers in their lunch everyday.
You're Welcome!
Changed my life.
(The seeds are always at the top.)
Peppers are good.

And a mini PS...
I just talked to my surgeon to schedule my next surgery for the beginning of the new year.
Sigh.
It's going to be a big, scary surgery.
He wants me to plan on a one or two week hospital stay.
Blah.
I'm going to beg to be allowed to heal at home.
I really, really, really don't want to leave my family again.
But-- this is a good thing.
They are fixing my ureter, my fistula, my scar, and taking out some stitches.  Blah.  
I'm going to be all fixed and ready to run for another 50 years.
I am SO grateful for surgeons.
Grateful to be alive, walking, and mothering again.
I can do this (even though I don't really want to).

5 comments:

Marie said...

Will KEEP praying, sweet friend! Yes, you CAN do this! ❤️

Tristan said...

Praying here too! Mason had surgery 10 a few days ago. I'm tired but oh so grateful. Now we wait a few weeks to see which is the next surgery on the schedule - shunt revision (brain surgery) or detethering (spinal cord surgery). Grateful he's alive, grateful for doctors who help him have the healthiest life possible with all he has going on.

jenifer said...

Ugh. I can't even imagine holding my baby through 10+ surgeries. God bless you and your sweet little guy.

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Christine Suldinger said...

I'll keep you in my prayers. You can do this. Be positive. Sounds like a time for healing is coming up

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