Life On and Off an Acreage

In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.

Two things that horses are scared about:

1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move

May 30, 2014

Sorry, No Pictures, It's a little Gross!

I'm back from the city and the operation! Everything went well (so they tell me). The 4 hour operation took 7 hours required 16 staples and 1 stitch plus a drain tube. (Told you it could be gross!) Anyway, I'm back at home walking around and generally doing well. I hope to get back out with the camera this weekend

Unfortunately, they did not give me back the lost height, but I can live being shorter. For all you gals that have had an epi, my sympathies. Does a tear in the nerve sheaf ever cause a headache!


The Dancing Donkey said...

I'm very glad the surgery went well. I hope you are feeling better soon!

TexWisGirl said...

glad you made it to the other side! happy healing and don't try to do too much too soon!

Terry said...

So glad you are safely home.

Montanagirl said...

So glad everything went well! Looking forward to more of your posts and photos!

Crystal Mary said...

Well I am not sure what your operation was for, but I am sure the hands of the surgeon were those of the Lords. When God can heal, why do we have operations?? I am convinced the reason for this is because we have a job as Gods witness to the doctors, nurses or others we may touch during this time.. Glory to God, He loves us all so much and has a bigger plan than we can ever imagine.

Michelle said...

So very glad to hear from you!! My best wishes for a smooth recovery!

Texan said...

Get well soon, with no problems is the wish I am sending to you! Full recovery :O) with no issues :O).

Jackie said...

I would think the amount of drugs that were pumped into you, to keep you under for 7 hrs would be enough to give anyone a headache!
Take Care.