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Surgery Date: 03/29/2004
Surgery Type: Laparoscopic RNY
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|09/14/2004 10:04 AM|
Leslie, Hope the recovery from your appendectomy goes smoothly. Sure glad you got it taken care of. Take care, and SLOW DOWN!!!!! Hugs, Susan — Susan B.
|09/13/2004 09:00 AM|
Leslie, I just wanted to wish you well! You are in my thoughts!! — Kori
|03/29/2004 12:18 PM|
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 control in its widest sense. May God keep you close to his side as you travel your new journey. You will experience ups and downs. Just remember that we, your AMOS family, will always be here for you. We will offer support and encouragement. You will find this to be the best thing you could ever have done for yourself as well as your family. I know that I did. 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 02:40 PM|
Leslie, Just wanted to wish you the very best as you begin your journey to the LOSING side. Sending prayers and positive thoughts your way for a safe and uneventful surgery with a speedy recovery. Good luck and Take care.......Betsy — betsyt
|03/27/2004 10:23 AM|
I wish you a journey that is safe, and uneventful. I commend you on having the courage to take your own health and happiness into your own hands. Be Blessed!! Stay Strong in teh struggle, and remember you never walk alone *smile* You'll be in my prayers!! *smoochies* ~T~ NEVER SURRENDER — Black Beauti
|03/27/2004 05:26 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.
|03/24/2004 05:20 PM|
Hi Leslie! 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.
|03/24/2004 12:59 PM|
Good luck Leslie! Best wishes for a smooth surgery and a speedy recovery! -Tony G — Sketch
|03/24/2004 06:32 AM|
Leslie, I want to wish you the best with your surgery. I will pray you have a healthy and speedy recovery. — cinthygrady
|03/24/2004 05:41 AM|
Leslie, Congrats on your up coming surgery date. 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]
|03/24/2004 04:00 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.
|03/24/2004 03:54 AM|
May God Hold You in the Palm of His Hand throughout your WLS and Best Wishes for a speedy recovery...God Bless......Terri — Terric511
|03/24/2004 02:33 AM|
Leslie, Congratulations and best wishes for a smooth and speedy recovery! Don't forget to take a pillow and/or a Bari Buddy (available at the OH.com store) with you to the hospital, you won't be sorry that you did! You need the pillow for all kinds of comforts from coughing to side support and frankly sometimes the hospital pillows just aren't really great. Also, you might inquire with the hospital about whether a fan will be available to you, if not and permitted, you might take one with you. The combination of the narcotics and the leg cuffs they use to prevent clots makes many people very very hot! bright blessings to you in this part of the journey and much success too!~Caroline O.-- — Spunky B.
|02/11/2004 02:58 PM|
HI LESLIE 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