INOBTRUSIVE

41 thoughts on “INOBTRUSIVE”

  1. I wish your husband a complete recovery, Jesh. Taking control of our health is a great idea and choosing carefully our doctors is half the battle won. The support of family and friends is necessary and invaluable. Sounds as though your husband has all of these things going for him. I love the photo of the old barns!
    Thankls for taking part in the “My Sunday Best meme”

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  2. A second surgery is inherently scary.
    BTW, for some reason, your last comment landed in my spam folder, but I retrieved it just today!

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  3. I love the Skywatch photo!
    Seeing the crepe place reminded me of a crepe place that I used to love when I was a boy. It was in South Coast plaza and called “The Magic Pan”. It’s been gone for years and I can’t even remember when it closed.

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  4. Hello, I am glad to hear your hubby is doing better now. Love the barn shot and the pretty parrot. Thanks for sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

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    1. Since I am the sister of an MD. I also take in consideration that there are average, as well as excellent doctors. If you know how thorough he was with his examinations (and he required me to be present!) and his explanations, one would know right away to which category he belonged. Also, he didn’t take any changes. For this surgery, people are mostly stay the day of, but he wanted to stay Hubs overnight, because “so much was going on …” Since I worked at Kaiser Permanente for a year, I knew this was far above the care of the average surgeon.

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  5. When I was working as a school administrator I went to Sacramento at least once a year for meetings or workshops. I loved to walk the mall down to Old Town for dinner. – Margy

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  6. Wonderful photos that make you stop to admire and think. The barn is beautiful. Glad to hear your husband has recovered and life is as it should be for you both. Seeing children and grandchildren is always a bonus medicine for the soul and the mind.

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    1. Thank you Judy! You hit it right on the head. It is painful to see families where adult children are estranged from their parents, or where grandchildren do not know their grandparents. They are missing so much connection and love in life!

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  7. Best wishes for a complete recovery. It is never pleasant, but I hope the recovery is quick! Thanks for linking up today!

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    1. Thank you Janet! Right after surgery they wanted him to stay the night and had 3 kinds of monitors attached to his body. Staying the night after this surgery is not common, but I had prayed, so I knew this was not the end. His recovery is complete and has all his strength is back – he’s moving tree trunks, removing weeds, etc. today. A big thanks to God, our healer!

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    1. Guess it depends on what the surgery was for. All the pain was for Hubs before the surgery, so after, his body had to adjust, but all the pain was gone, and with the catheter being gone, it was also much more comfortable.This surgery was a few months ago, so he is back to normal, also in strength -am so thankful!

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    1. Got the rest of our comments back and forth, but for some reason it does not show up her below the post (only on top by the little bell), but I am happy for you the work is done and you have a new kitchen (I remember how happy I was, when ours finally was done. I felt like a gueen!). Now you can get on with life:) It’s something to be very thankful for!

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  8. Every surgery is a risk. Glad to hear that he is doing well! The first door with the reflections is lovely. Btw difficult words, I had to check what you mean 🙂 Greetings!

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    1. Thank you Deborah. Today hubs is moving tree trunks, and weed-eating, so not only is he recovered, but he has all his strength back. We preyed specifically for the latter, because God, His Healer, knows I have not the muscles for it:)

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