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The Road Before & After Surgery
October 6, 2017
Mood:  bright
Now Playing: Day 2832-Next GP Chapter... Turning Lemons Into Lemonade :)


Sometimes...all you can do...is shake your head.

Yesterday evening, after a long day at the hospital. We sat down to discuss what might be ahead of us this morning. When final reports come back from radiology. What ends up in the hands of my specialists. Not only were we both mentally spent after a very long day. But as well, I was still dealing with the knife sheering pain, nausea and vomiting.

10:30pm. Just when we are finally able to sit down and relax. After the first round of some very strong pain medication. A text message runs across the screen of my cell phone.

It is very sad that we had to deal with a parent sending us a threatening text message yesterday evening. When all we wanted to do was finally be able to relax before needing to be back at the hospital this morning. All we both could do...was shake our heads. After knowing issues with my health that started as a young child that have progressed as now...an adult. It is very sad that of all people. A parent fails to understand that stress does only one thing when you are sick. It only makes matters worse. Not better.

What is even more disheartening...is when Eric had to finally get to the point of calling the local police department in hopes of having assistance to stop the threats via text message that went into another war of words on the phone. It's one thing to send a threatening text message. Yet, it's another thing to do so again on the phone. When the person starting it happens to be a parent. Eric was already emotionally charged with what we had yet to learn from radiology reports. All I can say...is how extremely disappointed that we both are that any parent would further subject their adult child to more stress. We have enough to deal with right now. We didn't need any further stress.

Physically...my body can't handle anymore of the same ole song & dance with dysfunctional family issues. The door must remain closed. As we ask for those whom have been contacting us to no longer do so with regards to family. For those who have continued to ask. No. We will not be attending any family wedding over this weekend.

We vow to continue focusing our full attention to serious matters at hand. We also vow to remain diligent to live the rest of our lives as peacefully as possible. Moving forward...happily ever after.

There is not one single thing nor one single person in this world worth taking away your happiness. Never allow anyone to steal your smile. Life is far too short for any pettiness.




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Updated: October 7, 2017 12:33 AM EDT
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