About Our Family

I have a love for reupholstering. I am one of the random ones who finds it relaxing. I love transforming a piece into something more beautiful & budget affordable. My plans for this blog is to give tips & display pieces I have reupholstered -which could be a perfect piece in your home. I also reupholster already own furniture if interested.

Sunday, February 6, 2011


We went to a specialist to get a good look at the cyst and to get another opinion if I should have surgery to remove the cyst. After the ultrasound and talking to the doctor, we decided it was best to get the cyst removed. I had the surgery set that week (Thursday, Jan. 27th). Stan and I had to be at the hospital at 530am for surgery at 730am. My mom met up with us before the surgery. I was completely hungry when we got there because I had to fast. I luckily got over a nasty cough that could of delayed the surgery. Everyone at the hospital was very nice and helpful. When they gave my the sleepy stuff I was knocked out right when I left Stan. Waking up was not too fun. I was constantly sick and left sick and wasent able to keep anything down for 32 hours. I was so glad when I was off the medicine and I could eat! My mom got my medicine since Stan wasent able to leave me. I am so grateful for ladies in our ward that I am friends with from being in primary together. Ladies brought food for us that night and the next. Stan was spoiled.
I am doing a lot better. I took a week off work and glad I did. I start work tomorrow.....see how that goes. I had a few small areas for stitches but they are mostly healed. Life is going pretty good.
I am so grateful to have such a hard working husband who takes care of me so much. He works so much and still helps me out with house work and cooking. I am not a "perfect wife" and yet he loves me so much and forgives me so easily.

1 comment:

  1. I'm really glad you could get it removed! and that you're healing so well! thanks for the update!