Retrospective: Month Three

I thought this would be a good time to reflect on my recovery and to remind myself how far I have come in a relatively short period of time. These are posts from my CaringBridge site. I set it up prior to my surgery to help me communicate with my friends/family. Hope this is ofContinue reading “Retrospective: Month Three”

Retrospective: Month Two

I thought this would be a good time to reflect on my recovery and to remind myself how far I have come in a relatively short period of time. These are posts from my CaringBridge site. I set it up prior to my surgery to help me communicate with my friends/family. Hope this is ofContinue reading “Retrospective: Month Two”

A Box of Sunshine

It can be hard to know what to do when a friend is going through a difficult recovery. Many of my friends sent flowers, and those were appreciated. But then one rainy winter afternoon the doorbell rang, and when I opened the door, I saw a box. It had been sent by a friend fromContinue reading “A Box of Sunshine”

Retrospective… Post-Op Weeks 3-6

I thought this would be a good time to reflect on my recovery and to remind myself how far I have come in a relatively short period of time. These are posts from my CaringBridge site. I set it up prior to my surgery to help me communicate with my friends/family. Hope this is ofContinue reading “Retrospective… Post-Op Weeks 3-6”

Your scars are beautiful…

I have a confession to make. I am a bit of a royal watcher. If you, like me, love a good royal wedding, then I am sure you already saw stories about Princess Eugenie’s stunning wedding gown. You probably also noticed her decision to show off her scar. If not, you can get caught up atContinue reading “Your scars are beautiful…”

Aaron’s Story

When I was first diagnosed, I remember being bombarded with information about what could go wrong. I didn’t see many examples of how this could “go right”. Then one day I stumbled upon this video. It helped me to have hope as I faced the surgery. I hope it can also help other people whoContinue reading “Aaron’s Story”