Today is ‘Giving Tuesday’ and I have teamed up with the World Food Campaign to #unitetofighthunger in helping raise awareness about the innocent lives caught in the crossfire of war and conflict.
I urge you to go to https://www.wfpusa.org/https://www.wfpusa.org/conflict-and-hunger to learn more about this worthy cause, as no one person should go without food.
As we think about the upcoming holiday season, think about those who are in need of not presents, but the gift of a decent meal.
Until next time my friends, night night 💋
So I’ve officially hit the 4 week, in other words, one month mark post surgery. How do I feel???
I could lie and say I’m feeling normal again, but I’m not. Before my surgery I watched so many YouTube videos of women who had open myomectomy surgeries and most said they started feeling back to normal after week 3. Now I’m a person who can tolerate pain and always pushes myself. I don’t know what these other women are doing, but I am not back to my normal routine. Don’t get me wrong, I am feeling much better than I have been, but not to the point that I’m back to doing my errands or exercising. Continue reading “Fibroids Can be Dangerous (Part 3)…”
So today marks three weeks since I had my surgery and as you can tell from the photo, the swelling around my abdomen has gone down a bit. Tomorrow the last of the bandages comes off…Yay! The bandages you see is not the actual one I had on right after the surgery. I had on a special bandage that had silver in it to protect the cut. I will insert that photo at some point in the blog.
Anyhow last week I ended the blog by telling you that my surgery took way longer than it was supposed to. Why you ask??? Continue reading “Fibroids Can Get Dangerous (Part 2)”