And one year later, on the 24th June 2016 I posted this one, I do not recommend viewing if you are about to sit down to a decent meal or a SPAM cardigan, as the pictures will more than likely ruin any appetite you may have, however if it’s a SPAM cardigan you should be right……
Hard to believe that it is exactly 1 year, 366 days ago, when, on that wintery afternoon, of 24th June 2015, Doctor Sandroussi (aka God) that’s him to the right 🙂
and his team relieved me of the stomach which had done some stirling service over the preceding 80 years and a couple of months.
The last little bit of info I received from him, was that he thought there was a possibility that the cancer had spread to my liver, so instead of going inside me from north to south, he was going to go from east to west, and if it had spread he’d just sow me back up and start me on chemo.
What a happy thought to be knocked out on. 😀
Well lucky for me, it hadn’t and everything went smoothly and I knew no more until several hours later when I came around…
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The re-read was bad enough. How many years are we to plan on a repost of your tummy.
A decent current shot of your beaming smile should be enough from now on.
I’m trying to out do your reposts of teaching
I remember all too well. Seems like yesterday.
Time surely flies when you’re having fun doesn’t it?
My, how time flies when one is harassed by Spam haters. Still . . . congratulations.
I don’t hate it I love it, I get hours of pleasure just thinking about it and it’s many uses.
and the reason it gives me many hours of pleasure thinking about it’s uses is because I’m still trying to find some.
It has been suggested that eating it may be one and I’m giving some serious thought to doing that
I’m not a SPAM hater; I’m not a spam lover either, I’d just consign it to the trash can before Coco can get his teeth in it!
Wouldn’t put him at risk! 🐶 🐾
Congrats! I’m so so SO glad you are still with us!
Your smile is bigger than your scar!!! 🙂 Your smile lights up the world!!! 🙂
🙂 😀 😛 😈 😀 😛 🙂
Smile and the world smiles with you, 😁
Cry and you cry alone 🐻 😜 It gets me in trouble sometimes, especially when I go to funerals, probably why I don’t get ‘invited’ to many 😈 😁 😈, next one will probably be my own, but, being as I’m not having one everyone else can smile/grin 😩😞😩 or cry. I doubt it will concern me much though. 😊 😅 😊
HUGS to you and Coop 🐾 🐩 from 🐶Coco & 🐻i 😀
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Hard to believe you weren’t in pain after such major surgery. East End must make em of stern stuff! 😊
I’m one of those fortunate people who doesn’t feel much physical pain.
I was told I’d be in the ICU for 2 days, I was there for 14 hours and I suspect I’d have been taken out sooner, but it was late in the day, and they didn’t want to disturb the other patients.
I never actually had any pain, except for one evening 2 days before my discharge.
It was just so damned uncomfortable having all those pipes and tubes dangling from my body and stuck up my nose. But I gave them a number as they were wanting one, I did insist that they included the decimal dots.
I was their favourite patient 😀
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I can imagine you were Brian 😊