well, been offline since last Thur when I had my surgery. pretty rough, and then Sat when Dr came in he wasn't happy with my blood count. it was low and I was very pale. so Sun they gave me two units of blood and I just need to have the dreaded BMs to go home. Finally, got that done and I'm still a little gassy but I'm home. No bending over. no lifting over 10 lbs. and all that good stuff, so just need to figure out how to move and how I'm going to sleep. I think it will be a good 2-3 weeks before I'll finish this MQ9/
"I'm just a poor soul who's intentions are good. Oh, Lord, Please don't let me be misunderstood."
I am glad that the surgery is over and you are home. Now you just need to do what is necessary to heal. Thoughts and prayers continue.
Debbie, So glad everything went well with your surgery. You should have more energy after that blood transfusion. Just take it easy and follow Drs. orders. Hugs, Susan
thanks for letting us know how you're doing. I'm happy you're home. You remain in my prayers.
Glad your home and hopefully feeling better with each day. Remember follow the doctors orders!!!!
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Well Debbie, I didn't find the sleeping to bad once I got in bed. That was the biggest problem- getting in and out of bed. Oh, and another thing they told me was that I couldn't sit too long at one time. If I remember right, I think they said 15minutes at a time. Good luck with your recuperation. I know you will have a lot more energy after the transfusions. Ginny
Debbie, Keep doing what the doctors say and recuperate. Get well soon.
Diana in East TN
Wishing you a speey recovery. Don't rush things and DO WHAT THE DOCTOR SAID and you'll be up working on that MQ before you know it. Doctors know best. This is your time to let everyone wait on YOU! If you push it, you may postpone your recovery time and I know you want to be back quilting.
Debbie, I'm happy your surgery went well. I hope your recovery will continue to progress every day.
Angèle from NWO
Hi Debbie - So glad you are home and recovering. I know I always feel better when I get home. You take care and follow doctor's orders. You are in my prayers.
Georgetown CA I'd Rather Be Quilting
Glad to see you back at home, Debbie, just take it easy and you'll be back quilting in no time.
Wishing you a smooth recovery!
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
it's good to hear your voice, here's to an uneventful recovery.
gini in north idaho
Take it easy while recovering.
Quilting My Rainbow
So glad it's behind you and you're home recovering.