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Surgery Date: 09/03/2004
Surgery Type: Laparoscopic RNY
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|09/02/2005 09:08 AM|
Good MORNING - and a Happy ONE YEAR Re-birthday to you!!! ITíS TOMORROW!!! I found this quote and just love it! When running up a hill, itís alright to give up as many times as you wish Ė 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 havenít already, please stop by and update your profile! Weíd all love to know how well youíve progressed!!! If you have a few moments, please take the time to send well wishes to your fellow ďre-birthdayĒ buddies!!! Itís a great boost to them as well as yourself. Have a FANTASTIC DAY! RNY 10/31/03 257/133 at GOAL!!! — [Anonymous]
|09/01/2004 09:14 PM|
Hi Susan, I just wanted to wish you luck on your surgery. You won't regret it! I hope you have a problem free, speedy recovery. We'll save you a seat on the losers bench. — Teribel
|08/30/2004 05:16 PM|
Congrats on making it to your big day! I'm praying for you to have a perfect surgery with no complications. Keep us posted of your many successes on the losing side. Big (((((hugs))))) from my heart! Candy — princesssplenda
|08/30/2004 11:33 AM|
Congratulations on your surgery date! 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 have ups and downs. You can always turn to us, your AMOS family, we will give support, comfort and encouragement. You will find this will be the best thing you could ever have done for yourself as well as your family. I know that was true for me. Keep us posted when you reach the "other" side. I pray for a speedy and easy recovery for you. Donít forget to update your profile at least monthly. We all like to see how we are doing!!! Make sure you take pictures. Itís great to see the new you emerge!!! Not to mention the look on YOUR face when you look at those pictures and compare them in a few months! Itíll be a BIG WOW!!! Please remember too, that this is a *tool* to use. Make sure you use it wisely. The first year itís pretty easy, after that Iíve been hearing (Iím not speaking from experience as Iím not a year out yet) that it gets increasingly difficult. Choose the right foods and measurements wisely! Good luck and God Bless!!! RNY 10/31/03 down 120 poundsĖ IíM AT GOAL!!! Posted in Loving Memory of Paula Ė Momma Angel who passed away 6/10/04 (Note Momma did not pass away from anything related to WLS Ė she had not had it) — [Anonymous]
|08/29/2004 01:21 PM|
Congratulations on your upcoming surgery and your new lifetime journey on the losing side. Right now you are probably on a rollercoaster emotionally - excited, nervous, scared.... This is normal - don't let it freak you out. Take the time over the next few days and 'center' yourself mentally - focus your mind on other things and keep yourself physically busy too. You will find that your big day will be here in no time and you will be calm and ready for it. We will be here ready to welcome you over to the losing side and support you in your journey. Good luck and hope everything goes well for you. Sarah G LapRNY 6/22/04 295/249/150 — Sarah G.
|08/28/2004 07:31 PM|
Hi Susan! Big congratulations on your surgery date! I bet you are so excited! Just hang in there and try to be patient! Donít worry if you are nervous, scared, excited or go through a thousand different emotions. This is all normal, so go with the flow! Thereís really nothing you can do with all those feelings surfacing. You may start to doubt yourself and question your decision to have surgery. Just about everyone has had this happen to them. Youíre making a decision to have a better quality of life and YOU deserve it!! That gut feeling or that little voice inside lets you know that youíre doing the right thing! Remember that weíre all family here and weíre ready to give you our support, lend an ear and not judge. You know you can always come here and get a dose of confidence and good will! There are lots of us who have had surgery and are in your corner rooting for you!! 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. Iím 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 Ė Lap RNY, 12/09/03 -46 lbs — Diane B.
|08/26/2004 03:34 AM|
Hi there, I wanted to stop in and sign your page and tell you that I will keep you in my prayers:) I hope you have a safe surgery and quick recovery! Please keep us posted on your progress. Love God, Kimanne — Kimanne B
|08/25/2004 08:00 PM|
Hi Susan! I just wanted to wish you much luck on your upcomming surgery! I pray it will be uneventful and your recovery will be speedy! Please keep us informed when you can on how your doing and just remember were all here cheering for you!!...God Bless you and Take Care...much love...*hugs*....Christine...Open RNY 8/2/04 -23lbs — Christine B.