Here I am, writing a post at home before going in for my surgery. Why am I still home? Well, because they are torturing me by giving me a -Noon- surgery time. My shoulder has been feeling much better, so of course I've been talking myself out of doing this. 2 of the muscles in my rotator cuff are torn, so they're not going to get better on their own. I hope they do a little more prep than what they are doing for the poor guy below. (If some nurse shows up in a hat like this, I'm running out of there)!
Timi's rotator cuff from the same time last year has given me pause. We've been exchanging emails, so that I can get the real story about how this is going to go. Timi is a doll with a great sense of humor. Thank you Timi for your story and your advice! While Timi's story is cute and entertaining (thank Heavens), most of the stories I've heard are not so mild, so here's hoping for the best!
My dear friend Betty is "on call" from Denver should I get real needy. She said to remember that she is only "one plane away" from me. My darling friend Debbie is my "telephone support" person (from Denver also, but really just a phone call away). My DH has taken time off work to take care of me for awhile, he is the best husband ever (seriously). I'm hoping that I don't try his patience (too much).
I will be in touch when I can, and as a parting thought I just want you to know that if anyone tries to do something like this to me while I am awake...
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