The big Hysterectomy day has come and gone. The procedure went well with no complications (thank God) and two awesome supports who helped me puke in the hospital (yeah I know gruesome!). It is always interesting the bits and pieces one remembers after being wheeled from a very cold surgery room. The whole process was made wonderfully easy with a nice staff and a very good-looking (no ring on finger) anesthesiologist. I think it would have been a bit too much to flirt with tubes all over me. Not to mention a little later he would have gotten a good peek of all this wonderful body have to offer before the first date :-). I don’t think the church has any rules for that!
Nearly two days in the hospital, lots of great drugs and the recovery process is sailing along easily. Well I need to say the drugs make things easy. I still need to be careful not have a false sense of “superwoman” security and push things. Having someone poke around your innards are not the most fun.
New Years was quiet like most years. I have no resolution and refuse to make resolutions. I object to the idea that because the calendar starts over then my life should follow suit. My “new years resolutions” are on a daily basis throughout the year. Finding new ways to make changes to my life instead pinning all my hopes and dreams on a Jan 1 **** date.
Do I expect anything major in the new year? No not really. I expect the basics of life to continue and if God chooses to introduce some unexpected excitement then I am all up for it. The goals that I had in 2010 are still there for every aspect of my life and everyday I will continue to work on them and accomplish them. New Years is just another day for me and it felt exactly that way this year. For those who make resolutions, I hope it all works out but for the rest of us- May God continue to bless us and help us make good decisions in 2011