neubian78 16 years, 4 months ago

Just wanted to stop by and wish you the best on your upcoming surgery. May God bless you in all things that your pure heart may desire.May he bless you with knowledge,wisdom,understanding and strenght to have a wonderful life on the other side.I have 14 days left then I too will carry on my life on the other side. Love Vivene

Tiff's On a Mission 16 years, 4 months ago

Good Morning Nadine, I am praying that you will have a safe and uneventful surgery. Congrats on your new journey.

veenix 16 years, 4 months ago

Hi Nadine, God Bless you through your journey!

Ms D. 16 years, 4 months ago

Congrat's Nadine on your your surgery this morning!!! I pray that your surgery is problem-free and your recovery is quick!! God bless and see ya on the loser's bench. Deri

Debbay 16 years, 4 months ago

Nadine, Congrats on making this decision, first off. You sound like a wonderful person that is getting ready to do a wonderful thing for herself ;) I'm very excited for you and I wanted to wish you a uneventful surgery followed by a speedy recovery. Good luck, we all know that your in good hands with Dr. Gandsas. Take Care & try to get some rest...I know it's going to be hard. Debbie

Johnson-Miles 16 years, 4 months ago

Hello Nadine, I just wanted to say congratulations on your decision to have weight loss surgery. I see that your date is just around the corner and we can’t wait to welcome you to the other side. As you start to 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 16 years, 4 months ago

Hello Nadine, I just wanted to say congratulations on your decision to have weight loss surgery. I see that your date is just around the corner and we can’t wait to welcome you to the other side. As you start to 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

TwinMommie 16 years, 4 months ago

Just wanted to say CONGRATS & Good Luck on your surgery! May God be watching you and keep you safe! Also that you have a smooth and speedy recovery! Soon you will be on the path to a healthier you! Just remember one day at a time! God Bless

inspector-girl 16 years, 4 months ago

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. Choose the right foods and measurements wisely! Feel free to look at my profile and see my ups and downs and know I’d not change a thing with anything I’ve experienced. Everything was worth it! Good luck and God Bless!!! RNY 10/31/03 257/140 I’M AT GOAL!!! Posted in Loving Memory of Paula – Momma Angel who passed away 6/10/04 (Note Momma did not pass away from anything related to WLS – she had not had it)

swangirl 16 years, 4 months ago

Wishing you the best on your surgery, recovery, and weightloss! Linda/Bactrac/swangirl Name/CB handle/me post op
About Me
Baltimore, MD
Location
43.5
BMI
RNY
Surgery
03/06/2006
Surgery Date
Dec 05, 2005
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