What a Week

4.22.2017

What a week it has been!
Skin cancer surgery and a broken foot on the same day just isn't fun. I'll share more info soon.

I hope y'all have some fun plans for the weekend. I guess Mr. Savvy will take me grocery shopping since I can't drive and I'll have to drive one of those scooters so watch out if you shop in my store. 
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32 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, Kim! I do hope you heal quickly.

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  2. I imagine this was the onlly way life could slow you down. Sit back, relax, and enjoy some time off. It is time to renew, review, and refresh. Praying your recovery be peaceful and quick.

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  3. Yikes! Sending prayers for a quick recovery!!

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  4. I'm curious as to why they did the soft cast after the MOHS surgery? I've never heard of that. And the timing! With your poor mom already recovering. Mr. Savvy will have to take you to visit her too. Hopefully the grandchildren are spending some time with her also, although I know she will miss your frequent visits! When it rains it poors!!! Rest and let your body heal.

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    1. She said the leg is very hard to heal and she uses extra protection.

      My daughter has visited her a few times and my son has called her since he lives in Nashville.

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  5. I'm sure she loves that! My grandparents always loved having the grandchildren visit. I was fortunate to grow up living very near them. I miss them so much!

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  6. Well, to look on the bright side, it's better than getting one leg healed only to be laid up again by the other. If you're going to be incapacitated, it might as well be all at once.
    Au courage et soignez-vous bien.

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    1. True except the left leg will be better in two weeks and the broken foot may be 10. :(

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  7. Wow! I knew about the broken leg and the surgery, but I didn't realize the surgery was so extensive. Do take care!

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  8. Sending good thoughts for speedy healing.

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  9. Just give Mr. Savvy a list so you can take it easy for a while! You have had an overdose of calamities lately!

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  10. Bon chance mon amie. C'est terrible pour vous. Sheila

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  11. Oh Kim sending hugs and healing thoughts your way. Take it easy and I hope you start to feel better. Yikes!!!
    Kris

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  12. So sorry this all happened! Sending you get well wishes.

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  13. Kim, What a week to be sure-lifting up healing prayers for you. I hope you learn to get around with your soft cast. Sending you big hugs.
    Noreen

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  14. Good grief! What a week indeed! I am sorry. Hope your recovery will be quick!

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  15. You poor things. I hope your convalescence goes well.

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  16. Hi Kim,
    So sorry to hear what has happened to you....Will be praying for quick healing for your broken foot, and your cancer surgery. Try to relax and read and maybe watchsome movies you have been wanting to see, and visit and plan a table or two, sit in the sun, and try to enjoy this time of rest, and let hubby take
    care of you for a change. I speak out of experience, as I had a pinched nerve
    in my arm and neck, and couldn't do anything with my right arm without excruciating pain, so hubby and daughter pretty much did everything, including
    blow drying my hair........it was a humbling experience...

    Praying you recieve many blessings during this difficult time.
    Blessings, Nellie

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  17. Kim, lifting you up in prayers for healing.

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  18. Hopefully your recovery will be quick. You and your Mom are in my prayers.

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  19. Hope you are better with each day. My prayers are with you and wishes for a speedy recovery. We would all bring you tea and cakes if we lived near by. "Poor Baby"

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  20. Hope you are feeling better soon. My prayers and best wishes are with you today. Take care of your self. We all wish you well.

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  21. Kim,
    When they say things happen in three's I truly believe that. First, your Mom, then your skin cancer surgery and the broken foot on top of that! Whew!

    I had a squamous cell skin cancer on my leg removed about 7 years ago by a plastic surgeon. Before that, I had a basal cell skin cancer on my face removed. Since then, I had several other small basal cell skin cancers removed on my chest and another one was found on my last check-up when the biopsy came back.

    My doctor told me that most of my skin damage came from my younger years. Please let your readers know how important it is to use sunscreen and wear hats when in the sun especially if you are fair skinned. Also, AVOID TANNING BOOTHS...they are not safe! Skin cancers have risen dramatically in younger people because of the popularity of tanning booths.

    Prayers for your quick recovery as well as your Moms. Now get some much needed rest.

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  22. OY! I am so sorry, Kim. I have got to go get checked. I was a sun lover so need to do this. Hope you heal fast.

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  23. I am beginning week 9 after a broken foot - left foot, shattered 5th metatarsal. Had surgery where they put in a plate and 6 screws. I am still in the boot most of the time, but no longer using the knee scooter to get around. I still cannot get a shoe on that foot because of the swelling. The doc said that could take a year or more to get back to normal. Praying that you have a speedy recovery and a great husband to help out. Mine has really been awesome!

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  24. Huge hugs and get better very soon wishes from France xxx

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  25. Oh dear! I hope you will be better soon and take care now...
    Lots of love from Titti

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  26. Oh my goodness! When it rains it pours! Prayers for a speedy recovery. Take care of yourself. :-)

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  27. When it rains, it pours!! However, you seem to have a big happy umbrella to catch all the bad stuff to not rain on your parade of life!! Thoughts and prayers for a very speedy recovery!

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  28. Sending best wishes. Podcasts? Binge watching? xo laura

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  29. I wish you speedy recovery. Thinking of you!

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