Thursday, June 02, 2011

a day spent

Home from hospital
By all accounts the procedure was successful.

I sort of forgot the part about how I would feel worse before I felt better.  The anesthesia has worn off and the nerve is freakin' out because of the injection.  The nerve block is time released and I should start feeling better within 24 - 48 hours.  I am looking forward to a full night of sleep .... I am ever hopeful. 

In the meantime there was a panicked phone call from work.  A child skipping school - a debate about dinner and I am pretty much done. 

Tomorrow I start late. 

I am learning that a big part of why I react the way I do is out of fear.  If I focus on not being fearful, I can come at things from a calmer place.   It is unlikely the world is going to end due to this, that or the other crisis in my life.   It is hard.  To remember. 

I have taken the risk and submitted a photo for publication (outside my blog and flickr).  I am stretching. 


elizabeth said...

I understand the fear reaction. sending my love to you. remembering you every morning in prayer.

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Good choice. Stretch! It always feels so good. We always learn something.

Mimi said...

Prayers indeed. Gentle hugs.

blackbird said...

Bravo on the stretching.
Be well.

Victoria said...

here's me rootin' for a full nights sleep for you my friend.
and continued strength and wisdom on the homefront.

deb colarossi said...

I love you.

( reading all the posts I missed, listening to an incredible thunderstorm, trying not to worry about two kids driving in it:)... always trying to balance the fear and trust thing .. I so hear you)

deb colarossi said...

and I wrap my heart around yours and send oodles of healing love and prayers and vibes .

Anna Ander said...

Dear friend, I so hope you are well. And the family. And the back. Big hooray for submitting that photo and the badass glasses! Luv.

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