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Surgery Date: 04/26/2004
Surgery Type: Laparoscopic RNY
While-in-surgery Contact Info: HEY YALL FINALLY my day has come, i will be having surgery on April 26th 2004 and if you want to write to me you can reach me through email at FriendOfAEMT@aol.com or the hospital i will be in is ParkWest here in Knoxville (865)693-5151 and just ask for me Chaunda Bowling !! i will not sign the HIPPA thing so everyone can find out about me !! hva e great day guys !!
Angel Name: I HAVE 2 My Mom of course and My best fr
|04/26/2006 08:26 AM|
Good MORNING - and a Happy TWO YEAR Re-birthday to you!!! I found this quote and just love it! When running up a hill, it’s alright to give up as many times as you wish – as long as your feet keep moving. By - Shoma Morita M.D. I can only imagine that your experience has been wonderful. Full of changes and new experiences. Congratulations to YOU!!! If you have an opportunity and/or haven’t already, please stop by and update your profile! We’d all love to know how well you’ve progressed!!! If you have a few moments, please take the time to send well wishes to your fellow “re-birthday” buddies!!! It’s a great boost to them as well as yourself. Have a FANTASTIC DAY! RNY 10/31/03 257/140 at GOAL!!! — [Anonymous]
|04/25/2004 04:17 AM|
Hi Chaunda, I'd say don't be nervous but, heck, I was nervous! Of course it was all for nothing (except I burned a few extra calories) because my surgery went just fine. In fact, the week before surgery was harder than the week after. I'd say I had more soreness than pain; all completely manageable. Keep it positive. That includes having only positive people around you. The negative ones will just test your nerves. Don't forget to post your experiences to surgery pages when you feel better. I hope all your health and weight-loss dreams come true, — ReneeJune03
|04/24/2004 06:05 PM|
I will have ya in my prayers for a painfree & speedy recovery. Hope to see ya on the "lossin side" soon. I'm still "weightin" on a date.;-)..~~T — Tessy716
|04/24/2004 02:01 PM|
Best wishes to you on your journey........May everything that you dreamed come true.......God Bless ..... — Nancy
|04/24/2004 01:22 PM|
Hi there Chaunda! I'm sending all the thoughts and prayers I can your way. I am sure you will have an uneventful surgery and smooth and painless recovery. Blessings to you. Take care of yourself and be sure to tell us how you're doing as soon as you can. Good luck! Kerrie — Kerrie A.
|04/24/2004 06:38 AM|
My prayers will be with you as you go through the surgery and recovery. May your strength be restored; your recovery be swift and your tender heart be renewed. — Melissa S.
|04/21/2004 02:46 PM|
Chaunda, CONGRATS on becoming a LOSER. I hope to be joining you real soon. I wanted to wish you the best of luck in your new journey. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers for a successful and uncomplicated surgery. :-) — [Anonymous]
|04/13/2004 04:01 AM|
Best wishes and extra prayers for smooth surgery and recovery. A positive mental attitude is your best preparation pre-op and throughout the next exciting year! You'll do great with this life-saving tool* — Karen N.
|03/29/2004 04:57 PM|
Hi Chaunda! Big congratulations on your surgery date! I bet you are so excited! Just hang in there and try to be patient! Don’t worry if you are nervous, scared, excited or go through a thousand of different emotions. This is all normal, so go with the flow! Remember that we’re all family here and we’re here to give you our support, lend an ear and not judge. I just wanted you to know that I was thinking about you today and that you are in my thoughts and prayers for a successful, problem-free surgery and recovery. I’m so happy for you. Soon you will be on the other side and will join the ranks of the losers. Get ready for your life to change forever. Wishing you much success in your weight-loss journey. Hugs to you today. God bless, DI from NJ – Lap RNY, 12/09/03 — Diane B.
|03/29/2004 07:39 AM|
I have some Zen Wisdom for you - Nothing exists but momentarily...One thing flows into another....observe things as they are, let everything go as it goes. This is to put everything under contron in its widest sense. May God keep you close to his side as you travel this new journey. Know that you are not alone. You will always have us, your AMOS family. We will share your joys, fears, slips and triumphs. You will find this to be the best thing you could ever have done for yourself as well as your family. I know that is what I discovered. Keep us posted when you reach the "other" side. I pray for a speedy and easy recovery for you. Good luck and God Bless. RNY 10/31/03 down 78 pounds!!! — [Anonymous]
|03/28/2004 01:13 PM|
Chaunda, Best wishes on your upcoming surgery. You won't regret it! I wish you a problem free, speedy recovery. We'll save you a seat on the losers bench. — Teribel
|02/28/2004 12:10 AM|
HI CHAUNDA I just want you to know that I am praying that everything will go smooth as you journey to the healthy life.LORD BLESS — MommaAngel