Thank you for all the comments and messages you have written to cheer me up. They worked. I am back to my normal self.
Usually my surgeries take place just two or three days after I find out that I need one. The great advantage is that I don't have time to think about it. This time I have extra time to google liposarcoma surgeries on YouTube... don´t try it.
Maya is keeping track of how many days I have left. She is telling me, right now, that I still have eleven days until the surgery. I am exercising, resting and eating well. The internet says it helps. My friend Michelle is also getting ready for her sarcoma surgery. I am glad she heals as well as I do.
My next 2 weeks will be filled with juicing, cleansing and eating really well. I heal so well and want to be in great shape going into this surgery.
Yesterday we ate the first salad from the garden.
With lettuce, watercress and every herb I have growing: oregano, thyme, parsley, mint, basil, sage and chives. I covered the salad with lots of tumeric, black pepper and olive oil (a combination that many say is a good ally in this battle).
I wish my mother or tia Pilar lived closer to help me with my hospital pajamas. I'll show you the end product when I finish it. Yesterday I bought fabric and Velcro. I am only using the white Velcro, the skin tone Velcro is for my surgeon. It will be this time that Dr. M. B. will put some Velcro on my incision.
Today, I am going to the beach. I need to dive in the (cold cold) Atlantic.