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Cerulean

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S: 17st2lb C: 11st10lb G: 10st5lb BMI: 27.3 Loss: 5st6lb(31.67%)
#1


Well - when work pay for things to be done, they certainly splash out...I had a massive room with Molton Brown goodies - there was a wine list (!) damnit!

As I went to one of the best chappies in the world there is no bruising, I just have a slightly square face and I got all the morphine based goodies I desired!

It was so nice just casually saying to the nurse that I was about 10 stone and even nicer watching my BP sitting at a textbook 110 over 70. They practically insisted on feeding me - and I have to confess I have ditched LL yesterday and today - now is me time. I want to look after myself - I never do - I spend far too much time doing things by the book - we all know I will do management to the letter because I want to write the book and experience the whole process perfectly and I love my size 8 jeans too much to let these days of indulgence go to my head. I know that I am self-medicating in a way, but I don't want or require company - talking out loud is a chore and occasionally painful and going through LL has made me terrible company as it's been a very solitary process for me and I haven't the energy or physical capacity to do anything else diversionary - so yes - I hold my hands up and say that I am treating myself with kiddie comfort food to get myself back to normal. This is not business as usual - this is my adult having a chat with my soft (which one is that - I never normally get that one in TA? nurturing? how odd - I usually only get critical!) parent and children and figuring out that I need to relax my brain - not be so keyed up about perfection, especially at a vulnerable time. So adult has said we can be a nice happy family whilst I get through today and then monitor what I want to do tomorrow and renegotiate my steps back up to the wagon in a clm, sensible manner. Adult has made all parties agree that size 8 jeans are the benchmark - anything that stops them doing up needs to be corrected immediately - even rebellious child is happy with that arrangement ;)
 
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#2
What a delightful photo Sarah. The sparkle in your eyes is an absolute joy! (As must have been that pot of Green & Blacks!!)

So glad your op went well and you are in a happy place with your eating too. It must be a great feeling!

Good luck with management, although with your positive mind set I somehow feel luck wont come into it at all!!

xx
 
#3
Love the photo you look so happy after having your wisdom teeth out must be all the morphine LOL hope you have a quick recovery hugs:hug99:
 

Geri

Gold Member
#5
Wow,
don't think I've ever seen someone sooo happy after having their teeth out lol - great photo :D

Here's wishing you a speedy recovery :p
 

Mini

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S: 18st2lb C: 15st2lb G: 12st2lb Loss: 3st0lb(16.54%)
#6
Speedy recovery Cerulean!!!:sign0168:


 
#7
Hooray! Sarah has had her operation and come out the other side.

Well done for being and staying sane and recognising what you really need when you say:

"I want to look after myself - I never do - I spend far too much time doing things by the book"


And as for self-medicating, as you know, I had a big lightbulb moment last Sunday and instead of bottling it up, got straight on the laptop to write it on my blog. That really helped.

Wishing you a really lovely recovery, just enjoy the fact that you have to rest!

So glad you were happy with your surgeon and, of course, the arnica would have made a huge difference - but I would say that!

Have a lovely, indulgent and kind-to-yourself weekend.

Mrs Lxxxxxxxxxx
 

Cerulean

Silver Member
S: 17st2lb C: 11st10lb G: 10st5lb BMI: 27.3 Loss: 5st6lb(31.67%)
#9
Ta Mrs L.

I was worried that it would be a bit provocative posting a picture of me with icecream - but I made sure I looked just a little bit guilty to atone for my 'sin'. ;)
 
#12
Glad it was okay (molton brown goodies? Don't get those on the NHS more's the pity!). You deserve to love and spoil yourself a little - if not now, when, after all.

And you look gorgeous even when recovering from an op!
 

RachelA

Silver Member
S: 21st8lb G: 14st0lb
#13
Sarah, you look so happy!! Having wisdom teeth out can be horrendous, Im so glad that you havent experienced that! Who do you work for ? I want to be treated so well with all the goodies lol!!!:D

Take care and cant wait for an update on your blog!!
 
#14
aww been thinking of you so good to see you smiling & love the photo!! As for molton brown, ice cream & morphine...you lucky girl you! DO go slow as being knocked out can really knock you for 6 even when eating! Hope you managed to change the sheets & ca now have a yummy chill at home, with nice treats and crap tv! Huge hugs fr you & dont forget you rinse with salt water to keep the infection away & keep posting!!
 


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