It’s Official

Spring Peeper by Jeremy MartinMy gallbladder is gone.

Many thanks to all my friends and family who are being so good to me and so supportive.  But special thanks to Concetta who called me at the hospital from the side of the road near a pond so that I could l hear the Awesome Spring Peepers while I was recovering!

Thanks also to Jeremy Martin who might not know that I used his picture here (again)!

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20 thoughts on “It’s Official

  1. I read your blog every morning Jennifer 🙂 Funnily enough I actually tried to call you at the Audubon today but ended up talking to Jeff instead because you were off; now I know why. Hope you are back on your feet taking lots of great pictures soon.

  2. I stumbled across your blog and saw a cool picture of a frog. Then I read that you are without a gall bladder. I had mine removed about two years ago and for me recovery was pretty quick so hopefully the same goes for you. Even the very day after the surgery I felt better than I did when I was passing gall stones. Ouch… 😉

  3. Thanks all. Felt pretty lousy yesterday. But I was able to sleep well last night. I’m hoping today goes better! I appreciate your healing thoughts.

  4. Yes, my wishes are added to the others’ for a speedy recovery. I’m sure you have plenty to keep yourself busy with (like publishing books, editing photos, writing a fantastic blog…)–until you can be out and about.

  5. Isn’t it great that there are some parts of us we can do without ?? I am glad it is not part of our brain — I will settle for a wornout gall bladder anyday. Good luck on your recovery.

  6. Oooooo I had mine done too-several years ago.

    You’ll be up and at em in no time 😀
    More healing thoughts sent from Ontario ;D

  7. Fact #1: I’m running way behind in reading your posts.

    Fact #2: You are still posting.

    Conclusion: Your recovery has gone well — and that is great news.

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