Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Oh mercy, what a week!
†I went to my sisterís house in North Carolina.
I always love going to see her, my nieces and nephew, but this time I went with a purpose; to take care of my sister after her hysterectomy.
Sadly, since her husband is deployed again, he was unable to care for her and the kids during her recovery.
So I spent six days with her, and my perfect nieces and nephew, and I loved caring for them.
She was unable to lift anything over 20 pounds, and since both of her babies are 30 pounds, this meant she needed me.
I was on strict orders not to make her laugh.
I was not too successful, but I canít help myself.
Funny stuff just follows me.
Or at the very least, I crack myself up.
But, I just have to say how completely jealous of her I am. I kept teasing her about how bitter I was that she got to have a hysterectomy and I didnít.
Small side note: I am fully aware that some women have no choice but to have this surgery done and they donít want to have this done.
I am only speaking about myself and my feelings.
So, please donít send me hate mail about this, because I donít read hate mail and writing hate mail is not good for you.
I am really jealous though. I mean, I have used my uterus to the best of its ability.
It has been well loved and cared for, and held some very large babies.
But, I am done with it. If I could donate it to someone else I would.
I could give it to someone as a Christmas gift.
It would be the gift that kept on giving.
And I am sure I would never get that gift back.
I am so over mine, that if I were ever going to pay to have cosmetic surgery, I think Iíd pay to have that done instead.
Over time it would save me tons of money and practically pay for itself.
Man, I am jealous ...
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