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    Wednesday, April 18, 2007

    Small World

    I'm doing pretty well with recovery from gall bladder surgery. I've been able to eat pretty well but have to eat even smaller amounts. My body finally gave up the fluids it retained during surgery. I'm down 112 pounds. My incisions look good but I still have some right sided flank pain. It's no worse than it was before surgery.

    On a different note, I received an email yesterday from a woman who had taken me under her wing when I attended my first support group meeting before surgery. She was so sweet and caring and kept in touch with me after my surgery. I hadn't heard from her for a while when I got this email:


    Jenn, don't know if you remember me, but I met you at the support group meeting at MMPC before your surgery and talked to you quite awhile. I saw that you had gall bladder surgery on Friday. You're not going to believe this, but I did too. I think we were recovering together. YES, I was the grumpy one across from you. I didn't have my glasses on so I couldn't really see you. All I know is that I was not feeling the greatest and I couldn't believe you were so upbeat and chipper. Sorry I was so grumpy! Anyway, this is quite ironic don't you think?

    I can't believe what a small world it is!

    20 comments:

    MilkMaid said...

    Now that is weird!!!! Wow!

    Hope you are feeling better today Sign!

    G-Man said...

    MILKMAID!!!!
    Grrrrrrrrrrr

    Mornin Jenn, Yes it is a very small world indeed.
    Just as you are growing exceedingly smaller!!

    Glad to see you out and about more sweetie. Have a great Wednesday..G xox

    Top cat said...

    wow what a coincidence. Hope each day finds you feeling better sweetie.
    hugs
    tc

    lime said...

    that's pretty funny actually.

    NOW.....let's not have the two of you meeting in hospitals anymore, okay???

    go a more conventional route like g-man...borders, starbucks, used car lots...

    Monkey said...

    YES, I was the grumpy one across from you. I didn't have my glasses on so I couldn't really see you.

    That is awesome. Small world indeed.

    I'm so happy your recovery is going well. You asked for "entertainment" in your YouTube post. I will endeavor to do my best.

    You can watch this a day before everyone else. If you get REALLY bored. ;)

    Sicilian said...

    Gurl. . . wow 112 pounds. You go girl and I do hope you are feeling better now that your gallbladder is out.
    Ciao

    barman said...

    Amazing, 112 down. I am finally heading in that direction again myself but I don't think I will ever catch up? :) Yea Jenn

    I would hate to figure the odds on that one. You should have played the lottery that day for sure, of course who knew?

    It's a small world after all
    It's a small world after all
    It's a small world after all
    It's a small, small world


    Now see what you planted in my head. Arg!!!

    jillie said...

    So happy to see your feeling better. Does that mean we still can't send you unsolicited body parts? LOL....

    What a small world it IS!

    112 now? You go girl...

    xo

    *S* said...

    No coincidences, babe. The world is small and the WLS world is even smaller. Glad you are feeling better and that the fluids have gone wherever they should have.

    *S*

    Manny said...

    LMAO, I was in the recovery room next to a handsome single guy my age. Woot! As it turns out, they didn't have my gown tied back up and I was just a laying there flashing. That story is a post all by itself. Remind me of this sometime this weekend if you think about it.

    You'll start feeling better real soon. I just know it.

    luvya,
    Candy

    Monkey said...

    We're off to Florida to visit the family. But we shall be thinking of you!

    Hugs,
    Monkey and Heather

    Big Pissy said...

    Weird!

    But kinda cool, too! *LOL*

    jillie said...

    GOOD MORNING JENN!!!

    Hope you're having a fantabulous day today.

    Ready to go jogging? LOL...me neither! When I was physical therapy yesterday I asked them if I would be able to run after I am done...they're like "OF COURSE!" I said that's good because I sure as hell couldn't run before! Hell, I can't even walk...apparently so! That's how I ended up here. I thought it was funny...

    ciao bella

    MamaKBear said...

    Wild stuff!

    Top cat said...

    stopping by to wave hello and check on the jennster!
    tc

    Gary said...

    I just heard your Youtube from your last post. You have a really nice voice and I love your accent. It's definately not a Texas accent.

    Hope you are recovering well.

    TG said...

    I'm glad you're doing better! I listened to your video! That's cool! Oh... and thanks for reminding me to take my happy pill! Hehe!

    alex said...

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    MilkMaid said...

    Alex is a wordy fucker, huh? ;)

    Good morning Ms Sign....how are you doing?

    And G, WHAT?? Sheesh, stop all that yelling man, you are gonna wake up Jenn.

    Top cat said...

    hello and hugs
    tc