Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Wounds and scars

This is the real me.  Totally horizontal on the couch.  I didn't really want to give you a progress report until there's good news. 
BUT I did want you to know that I'm reading your messages and I'm humbled by all the love, good wishes and prayers showering on me.  Thank you, it helps a lot.
What's happening with me?  On Monday the staples were due to be removed.  I was really looking forward to that.  Having a scar sounds so much further along the road to recovery than having a wound.  Unfortunately the wound has not healed enough to be called a scar, so zipper tummy came home with me once again. 
Time is standing still in my life right now.  Every day passes in a series of naps and if I'm getting better it's in such small increments that it's hardly noticeable.  This is a waiting game.
I think I'll have a nap and wait some more.


  1. Dear Megan, I am sorry the healing is slow. It certainly is not like you having to lounge on the couch. I do hope you feel a little better soon. Just dream of nice warm days, cool sea breezes and being waited on with a nice cool drink.
    Hugs Kay

  2. Hi Megan,

    We don't realize how serious an invasion surgery is to our body, until you have had surgery. It takes time, so just rest and let your precious body heal.

    Sending you prayers and mountains of hugs.

    Miss Meagan,

    It's me - Prudence Clearwater, now you listen to me - you rest, nap, eat peanut butter and rest more. Each day even if you don't feel it, your body is getting a wee bit stronger.

    Heaps of Hugs
    Prudence ♥

  3. Thank you for sharing your update. I think of you often!!
    Heal and feel better soon Megan!!

  4. Sending you lots of love and healing prayers. So glad to hear your are RESTING.

  5. So glad to hear you are at home - baby steps, nĂȘ....and one step at a time. Thinking of you so much! Hope the couch is in a sunny spot