This past Thursday, I had a surgical procedure at a local hospital to remove a mass from the left side of my neck. All went well, with the exception of the procedure taking twice as long as expected.
What is hard to deal with about all of this is I:
-Can't sing for a week
-Can't lift for a week
-My energy level isn't near back yet
-I "tweaked" my lower back my first time out yesterday
-Can't drive for a week
-Pretty much have to stay at home and wait on the frozen section path report.
Could be worse . . .
This all came about in part because of my recent weight loss (55 pounds). I've gone from wearing 4XL Tall shirts to XL Tall shirts . . . in the process of my neck shrinking from fat to skinny, we saw and I felt the lump that ended up a lot bigger than the doctor thought or ultra-sound showed. Anyway, it's gone now, and I am recovering from the surgery process and hospital stay.
Again, thanks for all the warm responses. Philmont is next week, and I'll be back at the church and singing after that.
God's graces till amazes me . . . ><>
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