To say that I was a touch apprehensive about the possibility of another operation is an understatement. I was terrified. One thing was for sure, I was not having "routine" keyhole surgery again. Thankfully it wasn't an option when repairing a 6 inch hole in my abdominal muscle wall; I was going to be opened … Continue reading The name of the blog explained
I was welcomed back home by a massive firework display at home. Well, maybe not at home, but at Baghdad. And not fireworks, but missiles. Yes, I was home in time to watch endless rolling news reports about the US/UK invasion of Iraq, which went well! We stayed with Mary's parents for the first few … Continue reading Home, but a bit lumpy!
To say I had made a quicker recovery than expected was an understatement. 5 weeks after being admitted to A&E I was up on a general ward and working harder than ever at my walking. I was able to take more visitors and my youngest son, Jamie, who was only 2 at the time, came … Continue reading Homeward bound