Yeh..My world… turned 1 today!
This was taken at my son’s parent teacher conference today. Everyone at that school is so good to me! The teachers and students are great, as are the parents. I’m even slowly being welcomed into the “mom circle”, which I thought was going to be too much to ask for, but apparently not! People like this give me so much hope for our acceptance in society as a whole.
Over the last year, my hair has been growing steadily. It’s been cut back quite a bit at times to allow the top to catch the longer sides and back, which was hard to do at the time, but totally worth it. During this time, I’ve had periods where I love it, and periods where I want to tear it out! The last few weeks have been more in the ‘tear out’ side of things, but the last couple of days, I’ve been having some great results. The curls that have been such a pain are actually looking cute now. My bangs are now long enough to sweep out of my eyes without looking boyish. It looks like I’m entering a ‘love it’ phase!
TEENS REACT TO NINTENDO (NES)
It’s been a while since I’ve posted a selfie so, SEFLIE FRIDAY it is!
What a lovely smile..
So I got this dress for work…
I kinda like it.
Love that dress and the colour looks amazing on you..
Today both sucked hard and was incredibly awesome! Couldn’t sleep because my leg is all messed up from laying in the same position so long. (Any advice? I can’t lift it?) then was up early because they are going to remove my bandages.
They turned off my tv last night because it was going to be so early.
Thanks for the update and so happy that you have not lost your wonderful sense of humour.. :) Hang in there..
Still in recovery at the clinic, in a lot of pain today, but I suppose that’s normal after a surgery like this and laying flat for two days. So, here is the more detailed update promised.
When I got here Thursday, I had to strip down and put a robe on backwards, then waited in the recovery room for the anesthesiologist to mix the meds. Then I walked into the OR and laid down on the operating table. Dr. Chet greeted me warmly and the anesthesiologist did as well. Besides them, there were about five nurses in there as well.
Thanks so much for the update, hang in there…Hugs