After so many years of dreaming, she was still unbelievable!
I am also a worrier.
Every surgery has risks and as a medic I could see that quiet reflection on his face as he worked through each one.
I do lean on him a lot…
Trust him to tell me when it’s time to really worry or that it will all be Ok.
As the day approached all went well. As he went in I headed to the stores to get him some guitar picks (he is going to teach himself over the next weeks) and some soda and bread for his stomach after.
As I headed back the sounds of the ambulance became closer and closer. As I reached the surgery it pulled in right ahead of me.
for a moment time stops but thoughts fast forward
For me the news was good. The medics went to the right rather than the left building. I still said a familiar prayer for the firefighters, the injured and both families as I do each time I hear the sirens or see an engine.
This time I added a deep breath and prayer of thanks for a man who fills my heart and soul with joy and who I hope to spend 40 more years with.
I love you this manies …..
Day 1: 188 lbs of weight
Made a simple salt scrub to signal the beginning of my journey. – a lot of salt. I mixed coarse kosher salt with regular iodine table salt. – a few tablespoons of olive oil for moisture. – about a quarter of a cup of shower gel for cleansing and a sugary pomegranate smell. I shave after I salt scrub by the way! Enjoy!
Test the use of favourite shower gel in lieu of laundry soap
Loftus Lens, Float Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic
I second 🙂
First, I need to smile more!
Have I found our cheshire cat?