Wednesday, May 6, 2009

My Goodness...

My life is not exactly conducive to blogging at the moment... I've got stuff going on that makes it hard for me to think of what to blog about.

Considering all the stuff I've shared on this blog y'all might be surprised to know that I am actually very private in some ways. So... I am going to be intentionally vague.

I'm having a procedure done tomorrow that I, of course, have been reading horror stories about online. It is an effort to avoid a hysterectomy that may be futile. But... as Mr. Macchiato said to me last night, "You don't replace the carburettor without first changing the air filter." I'm pretty anxious about it and could use some prayers. I've already been in pain for many weeks and am worried about the pain I'm to expect after the procedure. And... I really want this to work.

20 comments:

Day Dreamer* said...

Aww momma I realy hope it works. I hope you fell better.

MUD said...

Leave it to a man to say something related to a car. If men had to have the children we would have a population crash starting today. MUD

Flea said...

I'll be praying. But you must know that mentioning changing the air filter only makes me think you have tremendous amounts of gas and this surgery is meant to correct it.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

i tried everything before the hysterectomy ... I was glad when the hysterectomy finally came... you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Junebug said...

I will pray. My daughter keeps urging me to go to the gynecologist. I have been putting it off because I know I have a few things that need correction!

Just Me said...

Well, not knowing what's up, I have my guesses anyway. If it's what I suspect, it's a very common procedure. The discomfort afterward amounted to some painful cramping that was adequately controled with 600mg ibuprofen.

Lots of prayers and good wishes coming your way. I hope you feel better quickly.

I got a huge kick out of the air filter/carburetor comparison.

LISTEN UP, PROCRASTINATORS!! Stop stalling and GO. Yeah, sure, you're afraid of what they may (and most likely will not) find, BUT if you're in that small percentage where something is found, better to get it taken care of than let it lurk and worsen until it's too late.

How many people needlessly die from their own fear and stubborness? I, for one, do not want folks standing around my casket wondering what the difference would have been if I'd gone to the doc sooner.

hanagrace said...

Praying for you! Scary, I hope you feel better soon!! Yucky!

Andy and Wendy Ingram said...

Coffee Bean,
Praying for you! Praying for the pain to be very minimal and for God to bring you quick healing! Sorry too, that you were so sick this last weekend. Not fun! Thoughts and prayers sent your way today and tomorrow!

Chris H said...

I will keep my fingers crossed that the procedure is a success!
If not, get the lot whipped out! It's the best thing I have ever ever had done!

Memaw's memories said...

You know you can always count on us for prayers. I hope everything goes as planned and changing the air filter takes care of the problem.

Know we'll be thinking about you tomorrow and the coming days.

Melody said...

Hope it is successful and less painful than you expect. I'll be praying for you.

claudia said...

My prayers are going out to you, int he hopes that everything works the way you want it to, and that is is little to no pain afterward!

jojo said...

I'll be thinking of you and praying for the best outcome. Love you my dear CBean..;D

Angela said...

Holding you close sis in prayers today.

Just Me said...

Thinking of you this morning. I hope everything goes smoothly and you get the results you need!

MaBunny said...

well Kelly, I hope all goes well. I too have something weird going on down there that I've never experience and had to go to the doc yesterday and it was no fun. I'm feeling a bit better! Let us know how you are doing!

Roland Hulme said...

Oh, good Lord! I do hope you'e okay and my thoughts are with you.

Sue said...

I'll be thinking about you and hoping all goes well.

Warm hugs!

Kathy said...

Since you had to be so vague, we have to just guess and pray. Flea is certainly funny. I had a procedure a couple of years ago instead of a hysterectomy, I wonder if your's is the same. Mine was an ablation, piece of cake, small cramping next day, And solved the problem for a long enough time that the natural 'aging process' took care of it long term. Prayers and hugs.

Elysa said...

You better be emailing me with some details. That's all I got to say, girlie!!!