Thursday, February 7, 2013

The road to recovery

I feel like Dorothy looking out on a technicolor landscape and saying "I don't think we're in Kansas any more!"

I didn't realize how sad I had become; I was just holding on for dear life and forgetting to enjoy the ride.  Now, it's a whole new world for me.

My first public appearance 
Got my appetite back
When we thought we were going to WIN the Superbowl; sigh... that was fun.


Patient-Online said...

Marian, Having just had DBS surgery myself in July, I certainly have a sense of what you are going through these days. I am very happy that you decided to get it done. I have been very pleased and appreciative of the opportunity. I pray you continue to heal well and reap the benefits. It took courage and you will be rewarded as the days go on. Blessings, Dan

Lili Saint Laurent said...

Dear Marian,

it's so nice to share with you! You give me energy and optimism to fight on my own path!

My own blog is in French but now in order to share ... I'm trying to post also in English. You can read the last one : ... you are in :-)

Thank you so much

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