Starting the New Year off with Recovery
It's been awhile. I've been on a roller coaster of health issues the past four months. I might go into the details later, but for now I just wanted to share a thank you that I posted on facebook to keep you all in the loop.
Exactly two weeks ago I was in the hospital getting a blood transfusion. One week ago, I was in surgery. Today I am happy to not be in the hospital, and am extremely thankful to everyone who has helped me on my road to recovery. This includes all of you who have sent your blessings and prayers. Those of you who donated blood (I wish I could thank my donors personally.) And the caring and skilled nurses and doctors who have taken such great care of me. Thank you. It's been a rough road, and I can't wait to come back and be present with all of you again. Hopefully soon! xo
2015 has started off in a strange way for me, as I'm sure it has for many others. Life can throw the biggest challenges at us at any given time. I hope that most of you are off to a beautiful new year. But for those of you that are having a rough start, remember to take care of yourself first. Sometimes we just need to take time and space to recover from whatever it is that's thrown our way. There is no predictable timeline for your recovery, so don't rush. Your body, mind and spirit will let you know when it's time to begin again.
Many wishes of peace, health and joy to everyone.