Hi Debbie!..I just wanted to wish you much luck on your surgery on Thursday!...I pray it will be uneventful and smooth and your recovery is speedy!..Please let us know how your doing when you feel up to it....remember were all here cheering for you!....Take Care and God Bless you!....*hugs*....Christine
Best of wishes on you surgery - may the Lord bless you with a speedy recovery. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I am newly post-op (tuesday,6/22) and know how you are probably feeling about now - anxious and scared. Trust that all will be well and keep busy and your mind on other things as much as possible. God Bless and good luck. Sarah G
Debbie, CONGRATS on becoming a loser soon. I will be joining the losing side 07/01/04 myself. 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.
OK Deb, you are almost on the other side. There will be ups and downs, but keep your eyes focused on the future and use all of us to help as you go through this journey. I'll pray for a speedy recovery. Will join you on the other side July 27. From one southern belle to another.
Hello Debbie~~~~stopping by to wish you all the very best with your surgery. A brand new healthier and happier lifestyle awaits you!! ~~~May you always have an Angel by your side..... Watching out for you in all the things you do....Reminding you to keep believing....Finding ways for your wishes and dreams to come true....Giving you hope that is as certain as the sun...Giving you the strength of serenity as your guide....May you always have love and comfort and courage....May you always have an Angel by your side....Someone there to catch you if you fall....holding your hand and helping your through it all.
Hi Debbie! 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! There’s really nothing you can do with the 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. You’re 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 you’re doing the right thing! Remember that we’re all family here and we’re here to give you our support, lend an ear and not judge. 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. 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 -52 lbs *In Loving Memory of Momma Angel*
Good afternoon Debbie!!! 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. Don’t forget to update your profile at least monthly. We all like to see how we are doing!!! Make sure you take pictures. It’s 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! It’ll be a BIG WOW!!! Please remember too, that this is a *tool* to use. Make sure you use it wisely. The first year it’s pretty easy, after that I’ve been hearing (I’m not speaking from experience as I’m 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 103 pounds– I’M IN THE CENTURY CLUB!!!