on 8/3/10 8:37 am - Dallas, GA
I am due at the hospital @ 6:30 tomorrow morning with Mr. DS himself (Dennis Smith).
Got my picc line in today and just drank my laxative.  Been on a liquid diet yesterday and
today.  Anxious, nervous, but know I am in the best hands.  I truely believe God has cleared the
way for me.  Starting out at 249 lbs. 5'4".
Going to pack my bag now.  cya on the other side!
on 8/3/10 9:53 am - Madison, GA
Best Wishes and extra prayers headed your way!  You'll do great!
  HW/SW/CW/Goal.....219  / 206 /  122 / 130

on 8/3/10 10:48 am
Good luck with your surgery.  Hope you have a speedy recovery.
14.5 lost pre-surgery  5'1 1/2"                                      LW-Apple-Gold-Small.jpg image by PlicketyCat
on 8/3/10 11:41 am - VA
Good luck, Angie!! Let us know how you're doing when you can. You've got an awesome surgeon from all I've hear.


5'1" -- HW 195/SW 187/GW 115 July 08/CW 121 Dec 2012

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on 8/3/10 3:36 pm - AL
Prayers to you on your big day. I'll be thinking of you until I hear that you are home and doing well. Best wishes!
on 8/3/10 10:53 pm - Eastlake, OH
Prayers for a speedy recovery!
Cant wait to hear how you are doing.

on 8/3/10 11:35 pm - OR
How exciting for you! He is faithful and will see you through. :)
HW 247/SW 232/CW 135/GW 140 Height 5'4"  Age 43 A BIT BELOW GOAL

on 8/3/10 11:53 pm
Good luck and let us know how you do when you can.


Duodenal Switch (Lap) 01-24-11 | Surgeon: Stephen Boyce | High weight: 250 in 2002 | Surgery weight: 203 | Lowest weight: 121 | Current weight: 135 | Goal weight: 135


on 8/4/10 12:18 am
Best wishes for a safe and easy surgery!

"The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody  else up"                     
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Jane W.
on 8/4/10 12:58 am - Southaven, MS
Prayers and hugs coming your way for a speedy recovery.
See you when you get home.  Let us know if there is anything we can do.
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