The love supreme

15.9.09

Im back...

Sometimes I seriously could question my intelligence..... I actually believed that this surgery was going to be a walk in the park.
I mean...it was 'precautionary /elective'.....doesn't 'elective' mean its close to painless?
I completely understand that emergency surgery is painful and there is a recovery period....but when you are fit.... have been working hard at the gym....and have 'made a choice' to have the surgery then it just MUST be easier.... well apparently NOT!
I can only say it knocked me for six..... and I'm still recovering now...two weeks later.
Ive had a little hiccup .... an infection..... that yucky temperature...freezing cold...shivering under a blanket... aching all over kind of infection....
For a while there I actually regretted the decision... I think the temperature fried my marbles and I lost touch with the big picture.... but I know Ill look back and be so thankful its all behind me....and so glad that I went ahead with this decision.

I actually feel a little less foggy today.....so I'm hoping that I'm on the up and up.
Thanks for all the comments and well wishes.... emails.....they have been very appreciated...

12 comments:

  1. Hope you feel better and stronger every day. You and in my thoughts and prayers.

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  2. It can only get better from here my thoughts are with you.Hope you feel a bit better.Take care Kerry xx

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  3. YAY! Good to see you back. Sorry it didn't go as smoothly as I was hoping. In my thoughts. xxx

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  4. I've been thinking of you lots Mardi and hoping you were OK. Sounds as though it was not a great recovery for you. I hope you are now on the mend and will be back on your feet again soon. Take care x

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  5. So glad to hear from you Mardi, glad to hear yoiu are starting to feel better and hopefully the rest of your recovery goes smoothly without hiccup, will be keeping you in my prayers :)

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  6. Aww Mardi, get well soon!!

    Infections can make anyone lose their marbles lol... give yourself a week or two and you will be so so happy you were so brave to decide on the op.

    Hugs, Mel

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  7. jane fitchett6:52 am

    hi miss mardi
    im glad youre on the road to recovery now :) have been wondering how things were going...
    i totally get the brain fried thing- i had a terrible infection after the ceasar i had with chloe- it was truly horrible- and (same ceasar) which was an emergency- i can remember that after the doctor decided to go in to surgery, i couldnt work out why the labour pains didnt stop as soon as he said we were having the ceasar- my brain was like, well, it should stop now, im going to have a needle-why do i still feel pain- so i totally get the comment you made about elective surgery not being painful.....brains are funny things !!!!!!
    take it really easy, im sure you have lots of people looking after you :)
    xx
    j

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  8. Oh Mardi... I've been wondering how you were going with it all! So sorry to hear you've had a difficult time. Here's hoping you'll get better and better each day and that the worst is behind you. Sending you big (((HUGS)))!

    Sheree xx

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  9. I'm glad you're home. And I'm glad you're recovering. I'm so sorry to hear that it hit you harder than you had anticipated. Take it slowly and let everyone be nice to you, and do things for you :). I hope this is but a distant memory soon.

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  10. Im so glad to read a post from you, I have been thinking of you often Mardi and hoping all went well.

    I hope you get better and better each day.

    Take it easy and take care,

    Cherie xoxoxoxoxoxox

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  11. Mardi, sorry to hear the recovery has been harder than you had hoped. I hope you're on the mend now and you heal quickly.

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  12. Wishing u a speedy recovery Mardi....Take time for urself hun...take a break. {{{HUGS}}}
    XX

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