Day 6: Chicken Broth and Ginger Ale

Yesterday was a disappointing day. I woke up nauseated, and it took them a while to get that under control, which meant we went back to square one: ice chips every 8 hours.

I’m swollen and sore and tired, but today the nausea is much better, and I am progressing to clear liquids. My breakfast today consisted of chicken broth and ginger ale. Breakfast of champions, y’all, breakfast of champions.

Last night, my friend, Maretta, stayed the night with me while Bri had a guys night with some buddies. Good for him. Good for me. Although having Maretta here means a lot of laughing which is pretty painful on an abdominal incision. Well worth the pain, though. I’m so glad she was here.

Now we are in a waiting game. As long as I can keep things down and keep the pain under control, I will hopefully be able to go home tonight or tomorrow, but we just don’t know. This hospital room is getting smaller by the day.

I am ready to go home, but being well-taken care of here… so this post is neither entertaining nor exciting, but my foggy brain just doesn’t work too well.

Thank you for the love and prayers. We are feeling them.

4 responses to “Day 6: Chicken Broth and Ginger Ale”

  1. Hoping and praying you can come home real soon! Love you dear!

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  2. Thankful for your sweet friends and loving husband. Praying for good progress today and that you will feel better and be able to go home. Know you are loved and prayed for continually sweet girl.

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  3. Angie, you are so tiny to begin with and being on ice chips and chicken broth…don’t blow away in the wind when you step outside! Praying that you’ll be able to go home to your comfy house and dear family real soon. Grateful along with you that this episode of surgery is behind you and now you can move forward with life….CANCER FREE =)

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  4. My sweet Angie,

    So glad to hear from you. Hope to see you soon. God bless you my dear one.

    Love and blessings,
    Judie

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