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Dealing With the After Effects...
Posted On 03/10/2019 22:36:11 by yourchoice

It’s time for me to show up for a bit longer than a few minutes, just stopping long enough to check for messages. I have been “under the radar” for a bit, and tomorrow will be one week from the day I had my surgery. I’ve had a lot of rest (multi-napping has been my routine), still have a very sore throat, my bruises would suggest that someone was trying to hang me, but I’m doing very well now, without the assistance of Tylenol.

Two days in the hospital gave me an opportunity to have a look around (I worked in that hospital the year it opened, 53 years ago), meet wonderful and helpful staff, and marvel at the modern equipment, routine, and procedures that are now the norm. I don’t think any staff member has a pen or pencil; they all have computer carts. They don’t make beds, there are no more backrubs, but they still serve jello for breakfast. Those of us who were nurses in bygone days can say, “It sure isn’t like it used to be!”

It was a 13-month wait for surgery, and I’m glad it’s now behind me. I can think of better things to do with my time.

Tags: Health Friends Nurses



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03/16/2019 09:39:34

I'm glad you're doing so well, Mona. I'm sure you're  glad to have that over with. Hugs, Di



03/14/2019 19:52:01

So glad to hear you are doing well and so happy the surgery went well and is over.  Behave yourself and do what the doctor ordered or your inner nurse tells you to do.  We want you all new, well, strong, and good to go soon.  Know you are in my prayers and thank you so much for the update.

God Bless,

Debbie





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