So I have waited so long to do this post, that now it got awkward, and it certainly shouldn't be. I have to have back surgery. Tomorrow. I have written and re-written this post about a thousand times, honest, you should see my drafts folder right now, it's a mess! But for some strange reason, this has been the hardest post I have ever written in my life.
The timing with my Kundalini training is uncanny. Well, if you are like me, you don't believe in coincidences so I'm pretty sure this all came into my life at this time for a reason. So, it has been a weird week for me, I must say. I'm not sure that I would typically advise a person to be learning anything new spiritually when you are dealing with something so monumental health wise; but on the other hand, when have I done anything in a typical fashion? Although it has been quiet here on the blog front, I have been doing some writing, that someday I will have the nerve to share...And as I said, I really don't feel as if I had much choice in this matter, this all has been handed to me (a person can only be hit over the head with so many signs...), my job is just to take it in and deal with it how I see fit.
But for now it is safer to stick to the facts. Tomorrow at 2:30 I'm scheduled (I keep saying it that way like I'm going to get some sort of Presidential Pardon or something-ha!) for a rather rare back surgery. The good news is that my body has already done the tricky part, and has moved my spinal cord out of the way! See, normally with a Thoracic injury they would have to go in through my chest to avoid injuring the spinal cord, but since my disc is so badly herniated and has already moved the cord out of the way for them, they can go in through my back at the opposite angle and repair it that way-hoorah!!!
Tom asked the surgeon how many people he's crippled and he put up a hand signal for zero, but then we later laughed and wondered if he really meant the last three fingers he was holding up, since he didn't really answer us-ha! It's amazing how paranoid you get when they're working on your spinal cord/column. But I do feel we are in great hands, and I'm expected to be out of the hospital by Wednesday, again, but this time in all caps-HOORAH!!!!!
Anwho, thank you all, neighbors and friends and family, for all your kind wishes; I even got a call from our retired neighbors who were leaving town. They were on speaker phone, which sounded like quite a feat for them, and they both were wishing me good luck. Although I could hear the concern in their voice (the gentleman was against the surgery all along, old school German-ha!), they said they can't wait to see me dancing around the neighborhood again. I had to bust out laughing even though it hurts to laugh!
So, I will teach Tom a thing or two about The Royal Ranch Facebook page and have him or my oldest keep it a little bit updated. And until next time, know that I love and appreciate you all very much, and this is one of the best jobs ever!