Lesa34 14 years, 2 months ago

Hi Stacy! I know I already posted on WLSIndy :-) Just wanted to tell you I will be praying for your surgery to be uneventful and a speedy recovery. I hope to visit on Thurs. Hugs, Lisa D.

Lesa34 14 years, 2 months ago

Hi Stacy! I know I already posted on WLSIndy :-) Just wanted to tell you I will be praying for your surgery to be uneventful and a speedy recovery. I hope to visit on Thurs. Hugs, Lisa D.

cona 14 years, 2 months ago

Hey Stacy! Congratulations on your upcoming surgery! I wish you an uneventful surgery and a very speedy recovery!

Tracie 14 years, 2 months ago

Just wanted to stop by and say Congratulations on your big day!! Sending best wishes for an uneventful surgery and a speedy recovery!! Good luck!!

Carebearette 14 years, 2 months ago

As you have surgery my prayers are that you will have a successful procedure and a speedy recovery. I am so glad you are joining us on the journey to a healthy and happier life.

Kelly MzKelz Valdez 14 years, 2 months ago

<b><I>Stacy, Just checking in to say</I> - <u>FELIZIDADES / CONGRATULATIONS </u><I> - for deciding to take this life-changing step to becoming a more healthier you! I hope everything goes as planned and that you have a speedy recovery. Some words of advice: Please remember to keep positive thoughts at all times. When in doubt – ASK! Keep records of everything, including photos (makes a great scrapbook that you can look back on when you reach goal) and please keep your journal updated because you never know whom you might be helping. You will be in my thoughts. ~ Kelly</b></u>

inspector-girl 14 years, 2 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! Good luck and God Bless!!! RNY 10/31/03 257/133 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)

* Leilani * 14 years, 3 months ago

<b>Congratulations, </b>your special day is almost here! I suspect you are experiencing a range of emotions right now. The week before my surgery I was on a natural high, almost a euphoric state of mind. I couldn't believe I was getting that "second" chance ...to LIVE life again. I wish you all the success and happiness that comes with being healthier and thinner. Just remember your overall attitude plays a large role in your recovery, keep it POSITIVE and ask lots and lots of questions. This is a new learning experience for all that choose WLS and we draw so much from each other. There can be a few challenges along the way, but no worse then sitting on the sidelines - confined by our overweight shells. You're about to break free, enjoy and embrace all the wonderful "moments" that come with this journey. You'll be in my thoughts and prayers for a successful and uneventful surgery. <i> "The key to happiness is dreams, the key to success is making those dreams come true"</i> .....[I've lost 230 lbs with this surgery and have been at goal for a year now. My weight loss journal can be found here: http://www.obesityhelp.com/morbidobesity/profile.phtml?N=G1025993964

* Leilani * 14 years, 3 months ago

<b>Congratulations, </b>your special day is almost here! I suspect you are experiencing a range of emotions right now. The week before my surgery I was on a natural high, almost a euphoric state of mind. I couldn't believe I was getting that "second" chance ...to LIVE life again. I wish you all the success and happiness that comes with being healthier and thinner. Just remember your overall attitude plays a large role in your recovery, keep it POSITIVE and ask lots and lots of questions. This is a new learning experience for all that choose WLS and we draw so much from each other. There can be a few challenges along the way, but no worse then sitting on the sidelines - confined by our overweight shells. You're about to break free, enjoy and embrace all the wonderful "moments" that come with this journey. You'll be in my thoughts and prayers for a successful and uneventful surgery. <i> "The key to happiness is dreams, the key to success is making those dreams come true"</i> .....[I've lost 230 lbs with this surgery and have been at goal for a year now. My weight loss journal can be found here: http://www.obesityhelp.com/morbidobesity/profile.phtml?N=G1025993964

Tammy S. 14 years, 3 months ago

Hey, I'm from the Ms. State Message Board. I wanted to stop by & let you know that I am so happy for your fixing to have surgery. Please remember that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you have a "Very Blessed" surgery. Hugs & Prayers, Tammy (09/26/05)
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