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Let us appreciate the light in our lives and thank God for it every day, especially at the beginning of every year, for that is when the sun and the moon finish their yearly cycles and start all over again.Earlier today (at nearly seven weeks post-op), I saw the plastic surgeon for what felt like the umpteenth time, and tonight I am especially appreciative of these glimmers of light in my life:
And when we do, too.
- I'm going back to work (for at least part of the day) on Monday.
- Tonight, for the first time in seven weeks, I'm going to sleep on my stomach.
- I'll be doing so sans bra, although I will be wearing a gauzy, tube top thingy (that's the technical term) to hold a wound dressing in place. (Sorry if this is TMI for some of you, but after many weeks spent in spandex 24/7, this is something for which I am truly grateful!)
- Even the wound is healing--oh-so slowly. It's a bit smaller than it was two weeks ago, and more and more granulation is visible almost daily.
- I don't need to see the plastic surgeon again until early October. I hope neither of us suffers from withdrawal in the interim! ;-)