To infinity...and beyond! ;-)
Stop it! You are not now, nor ever been, about self pity. You hurt. We understand that.
Chin up. Peace and healing to you. My sister had a 25 pound growth removed from her midsection about six years back (she thought she was just getting fat), and recovery was a b*tch. I think you're a lot tougher than she is, or at the very least you're a better shot. ;0)
Slightly different take on this. It's truth-telling. The world needs hard hearted warriors, steely sure surgeons, impersonal scientists -- and poets.I tried to phone, thinking you were probably bored. Then I saw 'Infinity' and knew better.
Introspection, more likely, and a renewed sense of perspective. Pretty normal at this stage of recovery.Brigid, dear, I am so, so glad you are home among friends, safe and cared for.We were worried (you know that look Barkley gets on his face - that was us), but had faith in you.Rest, relax, recover, and let your soul strengthen. Remember your heritage - there is at least as much of Boudicca as bard within you.Above all else, remember the love and goodwill you have from your many friends.Great to have you back, my dear.Rick
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Good luck and heal quickly.
I started this blog so the child I gave up for adoption could get to know me, and in turn, her children, as well as share stories for a family that lives too far away.This is for them. I share it, but it is ultimately a gift to my family. Links here should be work friendly, kind and safe for kids. If they are not, please let me know.You're welcome to post what you wish on your blog - but even if I like you, it doesn't mean I want my family to read it.