Happy to hear and see that you are doing well. Miss you at the meetings and look forward to having you back. You always manage to leave me with a hopeful little "gem" that I can carry all around with me. Thank you for that -
Best Wishes- Callen
yes no coincidence you were in good hands when the 'earthquake' hit. You are protected. But you know that. Gratitude is something you've always had lots of...and the grace to express it. Try saying the words and send the power to your new valve.
We just returned 'renewed' from a weekend in Philadelphia - a spiritual treat. Sending you the positive energies. Take it easy and feel the love.
Roshii & Satish
My Dearest Lynn, Be patient. There's no better place for you right now. You've been through the toughest days and you will continue to get stronger with each new day. Every surgery has its unusual setbacks. You've had yours; keep faith and trust in your Drs. Be still, stay relaxed, sleep as much as you can. Soon you'll be home for me to bring you much "joy" Sending love & hugs,
Wish you great recovery, great strength and vitality to cope with this new health issue. All our thoughts, prayers and love is for you to have a safe comeback.Yanni will be there for you, you are in good hands.
All the best
Antonis and Maria
I am of the same philosophy, everything does happen for a reason. And so, it appears, you were meant to spend some more time exactly where you are right now. So rest easy, keep the faith, and heal just a little bit more!!! Love ya, Colleen & Steve
I am sure it was disappointing not to be able to go home today but better to be at the hospital if you are not really 100% ready to go home. You're not missing much weather wise-- it's still humid and right now the sky is dark, the lights are flickering and it's windy & raining here in NHP.I have been taking notes at my WWs meetings so I can fill you in on all the good tips I've been getting these last 2 weekend. Hope to read that you home soon.
"Everything happens for a reason..." Yes, I agree. Glad this happened while you were in the hospital. I'm sure just a little "bump in the road." I know you'll be better than ever once the healing is complete. It was very interesting watching that cute British (Aussie? NZ?) guy's videos. Now I am hearing about a number of people who had this operation, all with great outcomes.
After all these years I had no idea of your heart valve problem,I hope all is well now and repaired properly..Aldo had the same problem and went thru similar surgery 3 years ago and now can run the marathon.I don't expect you to win Wimbledon next year but I am certain you are going for th US open qualifying rounds and I will be there to chear you up.Be well.Fondly.Robert Fymat
Following your progress, we are just amazed.
Nick and I wish you all the best and you are in our prayers and thinking of you.
You are in our hearts and our minds.
Enjoy being the princess you know it want last forever! Love to you both from Nick and Renate
PS you know it took this technical wizzard a while to figure this out?
Lynn, You are just too funny!! There you are recovering from open heart surgery, and you have us laughing at your postings!! You are the best, and as such, you will recover in record time we are sure!!! Our best to Yanni too!! Love, Colleen & Steve
Oh Lynn, it's so good to hear from you! Yanni is quite "the man", as we all already knew, and his gift was truly the best he could have given you at this time. I bet that Mertle is enjoying her assignment - as you are definitely one of the best, if not THE BEST, patient that she has ever had the pleasure to work for!!! Keep healing!!!! Love ya, Colleen & Steve
I am so happy to hear how well you are doing. My prayers have been answered! Carol has been keeping me up to date on your progress - thanks Carol. Great news that you will be going home on Sunday. Would love to see you when you are up to it. Can't wait to see my WW and walking buddy!
Wowie, for a woman who worked for major corporations all these years and never knew how to work a computer...look at you with the most popular blog I know!! You're a celebrity! I am in "udder" delight (get it??) that everything went perfectly! I'm so proud of you and your strength during this time! And I can't wait for you to get better and get your derriere over here! Sending heaps of love across the map! Miss you and love you sooooo much! :)
P.S.- What do you call a cow with a sense of humor?
I just got an e-mail from Pete from our Thurs Nite FA Meets and was surprised to hear of your Heart Operation. I know God has a plan for you and its all going to be Good,
Because you are a Good Person. Rest my friend and know that your in my prayers and will be missed at our meetings. I will be going to tonights meet & will tell everyone of your progress. I am going on vacation for 3 weeksand will miss our Thurs.group...Bill
I just received Pete's email today, I am sorry you had to have surgery but I am glad all is well. I will keep you in my prayers. god works in mysterious ways maybe that is why he sent your son home so you could all be together. Get well soon
Glad to hear the operation was successful and that your recovery has begun. I am checking in to your journal every day...thinking of you always. I hope you are a good patient, following all the doctors orders.
You have been great but it will be wonderful to hear from Lynn directly soon. Thanks for doing such a good job.
You are in my thoughts and prayers, day and night and know all will be VERY GOOD VERY SOON.
Hang in there.
so wonderful to hear about your progress!
Looking forward to talking to you. But hey superwoman....take it slow & easy. Laptop? Sounds like an EK syndrome...
Am out of town this weekend, will pop in next week but will keep up the chanting my friend!
Love to you & Yanni!
Roshii & Satish
PS Gerrie thanks for all the updates!
Hi Lynn, glad it's all over and now you're on the road to recovery. Alan wanted to see if you wanted to play tennis this weekend....he figured maybe we could finally win if we got you while you're down! Nice guy, huh!
Take care of you.
Best news ever!!! I can just imagine you, Lynn, talking up a storm to the nurse the moment your eyes opened after the operation. You must have been ecstatic!!! Way to go, girl!!! Can't wait to see you. There will be no holding you back on the tennis courts now!! That's great!!! Love, Colleen & Steve
Thanks so much for the updates. This is wonderful news. I am so thrilled all is well and she is making the staff laugh. I have something i want to send her but want to send to her home. Can you please send me her address?
Gerri, you are a wonderful friend and i hope to meet you next time I am on the East Coast visiting Lynn.
over the other side of the Atlantic just read the good news, Thanks Gerrie, we all need to know so much how she is today. We feel so close through this journal its great. Love to you both and to Yanni and Lynn's family