It seems that I am finally feeling like I am on the mend. I know it has only been a week and 3 days since the last surgery, and although recovery seems slow, it is taking place. Sleeping at night presents the most difficulty, but I know after the staples are removed, I should be able to be more comfortable at night. It seems like I have twice as much belly as I did before the first gall bladder surgery on june 2nd.
Each morning I arise at 6 a.m, take a shower, and get dressed for the day (fresh gown) and then put on my summery housecoat. Then I go out to the back patio and sit enjoying the fresh morning air, and the sound of the birds. I take a tour of the yard by walking its perimeter. By 7 a.m. I am ready for my breakfast and come in to eat.
After breakfast, I am ready to check my e-mails and maybe play a little on the computer. Not long after, I go back out to the patio and rock and enjoy the rest of the morning. Sometimes, I sit out there and read. I also take another walk around the yerd. Mid-morning, I have a little snack of banana and peanut butter (for protein and potassium).
Sometime during the late morning, I go online and do my blogging. (It is that time now). Later, I have lunch and then rest a while and maybe watch a movie. So goes the day. After supper, I give Gramps a call to see how he is doing and how his day has gone.
I am posting a picture of myself on Teresa's patio, and also of her gazebo, where I take a rest when I am midway through my walk around her yard. The pic of the gazebo will give you some idea of the size of the yard perhaps. To see the gazebo up close, click on the pic and it should enlarge for you. Tom and Teresa built the gazebo last summer and Tom built the observatory to the right of it last summer.
Well, it is time for me to close out for today. My staples are becoming uncomfortable sitting here, so I am heading for my rocker on the back patio. This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for today. Much love to each of you. Bye for now. More tomorrow.