Monday, March 24, 2014

Busload of Faith

Now that I am eating real food, I think the recovery is getting to the point of being a little boring.  With my new, smaller stomach, there are some lessons that I have to learn. I have to figure out what NOT to eat and how much to NOT eat.  I've already had a couple of painful lessons that no one really wants to hear about, and I don't blame you.

I'm also working on getting my strength and stamina back.  It has been coming along slowly but surely.  None of this stops me from complaining that it does not come fast enough.  That is when I know I am being ungrateful for all the work and support I have been honored to receive.

My next appointment with the surgeon and the oncologist is not until June.  Therefore, I am closing the doors on the "Waiting Rooms."  I'd like to wrap up this section of the blaug giving my heartfelt thanks to all the Doctors, Nurses, Technicians, Assistants, Aides, Volunteers, Family and Friends that have helped Dottie and me make it through this harrowing time.  It has been one hell of a ride.

What next?  We have a trip scheduled for Fort Pickens (Gulf Shore) for early May.  Well deserved Beach Time!  Can't wait.

                    Dinner with friends at Peg Leg Pete's, Pensacola Beach

Let us not forget...

Apropos song to sign off with…
  in honor of Lou Reed who passed away last year and…
      making it through life's trials,
 "Busload of Faith."

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