the joys of surgery


Good times. Thankfully, Grandma took good care of me. She even gave me a bell to ring in case I needed her and she couldn’t hear me. That’s some serious love! I could write an entire post about why I love being alive in the 21st century…but my painkillers (yes, that would be the beginning of the list) are about to kick in, so I’ll have to save it for another day.

9 thoughts on “the joys of surgery

  1. Oh man. I had a tonsillectomy when I was 5 and I don’t have fond memories. And I’ve heard it gets worse the older you get! Here’s to some good meds and a speedy recovery.

  2. Ohhh my….I think this is the first pic I’ve seen of Chloe and she’s NOT smiling….I thought to myself for a moment…”that’s not her”.Speedy recovery….take care

  3. I’m glad your surgery went well and that your Grandma is taking such good care of you. Hope you heal and recover quickly!!

  4. You look terrible!!!Like the sweatshirt.Hope you look better on Saturday or you’ll need to be the one “taking” the family pictures.

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