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The Road Before & After Surgery
November 28, 2017
Mood:  happy
Now Playing: Day 2884-Next GP Chapter... Turning Lemons Into Lemonade :)


It's... beginning to look a lot like  Christmas!


I love outdoor holiday decorations! Especially the Christmassy kind! Not too many colors or far too many yard decorations. I am more so a minimalist lately. Less is more!

This year there wasn't such a rush to put up our outdoor Christmas decorations. Not like last year when just moving into our home here in the country. Less than a few months before Christmas. We had so much going on a year ago that Eric couldn't even remember how we had the decorations set up last year. It might be a good thing that I could help assist by navigating through totes filled to the brim with lights and extension cords from my couch-bed indoors.

I still have yet to get over this constant pain. It is also down right exhausting. Even with new medication that was called into our local pharmacy yesterday. I still have yet to find any sort of relief. My oncologist has been corresponding with Cleveland Clinic and hopes to have at least some sort of insight, possible help by tomorrow morning. This weeks surgery that got rescheduled yesterday morning is still up in the air until I hear back from my oncologist. I am already rescheduled for another scan and labs next month. The way things are looking, it might end up being a bit sooner than later. The only thing that I was told to do for now is rest, rest and more rest.

Christmas is that time of year when whimsical magic fills the air~

That time of year when it's far easier to place all your cares and woes off to the side... tidings of peace, love and joy! I love this time of year! There is just something special and quite mesmerizing about Christmas lights. The ability to look right outside our windows and see all the beautiful twinkling lights staring back at me. Remembering those dear in my heart. Indeed a quite magical time of the year.


Posted by GastroparesisAwarenessCampaignOrg. at 12:01 AM EST
Updated: November 29, 2017 11:49 PM EST
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