Well, here we are, it’s the night before what we hope is the final surgery. I’ve stuck to the low fibre diet, I’ve drunk 10 of the 12 pre op drinks that I’ve been told to drink and I’m ready, at least it feels like it.
I shall be going to bed shortly as it’s an early start in the morning and when I get up, I shall drink the last two drinks.
I’ve received lots of messages of support and as always, these are greatly appreciated.
I’m confident that I will sleep, I hope that Paula will too, tomorrow will be a very long day for her, I’m pretty much guaranteed at least four hours of sleep tomorrow, even if I won’t know much about it!!
There’s nothing more I can do now, I trust the team looking after me and we’ve got to let them get on with their jobs.
When I next blog, it should be to say that I’m done and have started the recovery process.
It’s likely to be another longish road with some bumps along the way, but, it’s a road I’m happy to travel. The road to wellbeing and good health I hope.
Thank you, as ever, to those that have travelled the road with me so far, you’ve made the journey (nearly got to the end without using the ‘J’ word😀) much easier and more bearable.
Thank you doesn’t seem enough, but, thank you.
It Doesn’t Seem Enough
I want to tell you “Thank you,”
But it doesn’t seem enough.
Words don’t seem sufficient–
“Blah, blah” and all that stuff.
Please know I have deep feelings
About your generous act.
I really appreciate you;
You’re special, and that’s a fact!