swangirl 13 years, 4 months ago

Wishing you the best on your surgery, recovery and weightloss!! Linda/Bactrac/swangirl Name/CB handle/me post op

Johnson-Miles 13 years, 4 months ago

Hello William, I just wanted to say congratulations on your weight loss surgery and welcome to the other side. As you lose the pounds you are going to feel so much better and your energy level will just grow. In just a few short months you’ll be able to do things you never thought possible. The little things will get so much easier, like tying your shoes. I know, I had RNY Gastric Bypass in August of 2004, and I’ve lost 130 lbs. Now the surgery and the change in lifestyle are not walks in the park. That’s why I go to support group meetings and belong to online WLS discussion groups like http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/WLBSS/ . And I check out websites like Obesity Help and http://wlbss.com for support and information. WLBSS stands for Weight Loss Bariatric Surgery Support, and you should take advantage of all the support you can get. Get all your questions answered by experienced losers who are now winners. From the Girth, a Rising Phoenix, a Bariatric Butterfly, that soon will be you. Congrats and good luck. We’re all right behind you and with you as you start to change your life. Take Care, Bill Johnson-Miles

Johnson-Miles 13 years, 4 months ago

Hello William, I just wanted to say congratulations on your weight loss surgery and welcome to the other side. As you lose the pounds you are going to feel so much better and your energy level will just grow. In just a few short months you’ll be able to do things you never thought possible. The little things will get so much easier, like tying your shoes. I know, I had RNY Gastric Bypass in August of 2004, and I’ve lost 130 lbs. Now the surgery and the change in lifestyle are not walks in the park. That’s why I go to support group meetings and belong to online WLS discussion groups like http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/WLBSS/ . And I check out websites like Obesity Help and http://wlbss.com for support and information. WLBSS stands for Weight Loss Bariatric Surgery Support, and you should take advantage of all the support you can get. Get all your questions answered by experienced losers who are now winners. From the Girth, a Rising Phoenix, a Bariatric Butterfly, that soon will be you. Congrats and good luck. We’re all right behind you and with you as you start to change your life. Take Care, Bill Johnson-Miles

hanvey3252 13 years, 5 months ago

May the Lord plant a hedge of angels around you and give you an uneventful surgery. I am praying for you. “I have heard your prayer, I have seen your tears; Surely, I will heal you.” (2 Kings 20:5)

TwinMommie 13 years, 5 months ago

CONGRATS & Good Luck with your Surgery Tomorrow! May God be watching over you & keep you safe. I wish a smooth and speedy recovery! God Bless

Dakota Mom 13 years, 5 months ago

Best wishes on your surgery! May God be with you, your family, and your surgical team! I pray you have a quick recovery!

Black Beauti 13 years, 5 months ago

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 the struggle, and remember you never walk alone *smile* You'll be in my prayers!! *smoochies* NEVER SURRENDER ~T~

Sue S. 13 years, 5 months ago

Hello William, I am a fellow Arizonian that is having surgery on Feb. 15. My surgery will be in Phoenix and I see you are going to San Diego for yours. I am starting to get a little nervous about all this. Wishing you good luck and an easy recovery. God will take good care of us. I say the prayer of Jabez every morning and it sure helps calm my nerves. Sue Steger, Benson, Arizona

Cyndi M. 13 years, 5 months ago

{{{{{{{{CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR UPCOMING SURGERY}}}}}}}}} ~~~~~"Everything in our lives happens for a purpose and that purpose is to prepare us~~~~~~~~~~~ May God give you courage, strength and guidance throughout your new journey. You are about to embark on the most amazing transformation of you mind, body and soul. Your big day is almost here, this is the day, your new life will begin, I cant promise it will be easy, cant say it will be hard, I can say that with all the complications and everything I had to go through, It was well worth it. I have never felt better in yearsss, I’m off all medications, have sooooo much more energy. So if you hit a bump in the road, hang in there and remember it will alll be worth it in the long run. Sending Prayers your way that the Lord will guide your surgeon’s hands. May the guardian angels wrap their loving arms of protection around you during your surgery and recovery . Remember your not alone in this journey, many of us have been down this road, we are here to offer love and support. Looking forward to hearing from you on the loosing side. Huggs and Prayers Link to my profile 8-19-04 surgery date weight 297.5 height 5f 2 -113.5 weight losss http://www.obesityhelp.com/morbidobesity/members/profile.php?N=M1087435160
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