Flowers and flexerol 

I have a whole garden in my room! Thank you all so much for all of your love and support. I feel like a celebrity! 💁🏼
Depending on my pain level, I may be able to go home today. This has its pros and cons. Obviously I’d rather be at home healing in my own bed. But at the same time, I still feel like I need assistance and supervision with getting up and around and controlling pain meds etc. Also the drains that are attached to me thoroughly gross me out, so I’m not sure that I’m quite ready to be emptying them on my own. So, I’m just trying to take today moment by moment without putting pressure or expectation on myself. That’s hard for me-getting rid of the “shoulds”. Especially because I’m used to being able to doing what I want to, when I want to do it. This is definitely giving me a greater appreciation for what my body is normally capable of. I cannot wait to be healed enough to be able to do some yoga! That first session after all of this nonsense is going to be so much more appreciated, because I will be so thankful for all that my body is able to do. 

Also, please just look at my room. It’s the largest room in the hospital, and I was told by the nursing staff that it’s a VIP room. It’s basically like a hotel suite:


I’ve been on and off pain meds and muscle relaxers for the last 2 days, so I don’t feel as eloquent as usual..
Thank you all so much for all of you support💙✨🕊👼🏼

9 thoughts on “Flowers and flexerol 

  1. Love you Amy ! Thinking of you and praying for you constantly! I will see you when you get home… being pregnant I don’t think it’s a good idea to risk being exposed to anything at the hospital. But the 3 of us will defenitly be over to visit when you get home ! Xoxoxo

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  2. Hello Amy. You are in my thoughts and prayers everyday. I want to come and see you when you’re up to it. Hang in their strong lady.

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  3. Hi Amy, I just learned of your diagnosis and surgery today. I am thinking of you and praying for a healthy recovery. When you’re up to it, I’d love to visit.

    Sending prayers for healing to you.
    Love,
    Mr. Bohrer

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  4. Hi Amy, I just learned of your diagnosis and surgery today from Mrs. Sargent. I am thinking of you and praying for a healthy recovery. When you’re up to it, I’d love to visit.

    Sending prayers for healing to you.
    Love,
    Mr. Bohrer

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    1. Thank you so much Mr. Bohrer. I will definitely let you know when I am up to having visitors. I anticipate that I’ll be pretty groggy and tired for the next couple of weeks, but will most likely be able to resume some form of normalcy after that. I appreciate your love and support so much! 💕👼🏼

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