This post is getting out late today, but I am happy to just be posting. Also, consider yourself warned that I may say something ridiculous. I meant to have a couple of posts written before my surgery that would post automatically, but I only got Thursday’s done. So today I am writing this as I’m recovering.
Thank you so much to everyone for praying for me as I had surgery yesterday. I had a laparoscopic cholecystectomy, and everything went well. Yesterday, for the most part, is a blur to me, and tomorrow I will probably say the same about today. I’m in a decent amount of pain, but it’s well-controlled. And this morning I had oatmeal for breakfast, and for the first time in over a year didn’t feel nauseous afterwards. I have been looking forward to being able to eat normally again for so long! I’m hopeful that this keeps up!
This is a bit of a stretch, but that’s really my only tie in to the theme of 31 days of hope – I’ve been hoping to feel better for such a long time. Holding out hope that this surgery is a positive step in the right direction. Thank you again for all of the support. Much love!