Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Morning Thoughts

Today is once again Market Day in Ajijic. I won't be buying a lot of things today, hopefully.  I will do my best not to get carried away like I usually do at the market. It is so tempting to fill up my grocery bag with all those beautiful and inexpensive fruits and veggies. But tomorrow in the morning I go to Guadalajara to have my thyroid removed. I will be in the hospital one or two nights and I doubt if I will feel like eating much when I return back home. I have a freezer full of homemade soups.

I am trying not to worry about the operation but not doing a very good job of it. I hate to go to the hospital. I hate operations. I have had two operations since I came here a few years ago. Don't ask me how long that has been because I have lost track of time.  I had my torn and twisted meniscus fixed and then I had the operation to fix my broken ankle. Both of these operations were very successful. I hope the same for this one.

So, I may not be getting on this blog for a few days.   I thank all of you for your good wishes.

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  1. I will be sending positive vibes your way. Here's hoping for a speedy recovery.
    Take care.

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    1. Thank you so much. I appreciate that. P

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  2. I think the hours of waiting/anticipation are the hardest, I hope the time passes quickly and you are soon back recuperating and posting good news.

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    1. You are right about that. Thank yo for writing and wishing me good news. P

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  3. Best of luck Pat! Thinking of you and praying that the outcome will be good. Take care.

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  4. Happy New Year Patricia! Know that all your fans are sending positive thoughts your way.
    We'll be waiting to hear from you.
    Connie

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    1. Thank you Connie. And Happy New Year to you too.... P

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    2. Patricia,

      We are hoping that you have a speedy recovery. Remember that we are both R.N.s and if you need help let us know. We'll be there in a "New York minute"!
      Chris and Jim

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    3. Thank you so much Chris and Jim. I really appreciate your offer. P

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  5. Hi Pat:
    All the best and I know you will be just fine and I love homemade soup. I will wait to hear from you soon. P.

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    1. Hi P. Thank you for writing. I am home now. Feeling okay. No Cancer. P

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  6. Praying for a successful surgery, quick recovery with no complications.....Brenda Bailey

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    1. Thank you Brenda. I really appreciate that. I am home now. Feeling better. No Cancer. P

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  7. Thinking of you today. You should be feeling better, not a lot better but the better.

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    1. Hi Norm, Thank you for thinking of me. Yes, I do feel better. So glad I don't have cancer..... P

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  8. Wishing you a speedy and full recovery! Hugs,
    Karen in VA

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    1. Thank you Karen, I am back home now. No Cancer...... I am so glad it is over. P

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