January 22, 2012

My Go Home Sketch!

To answer those private and public blog questions about my health,
 I'm getting better every day.. and will be back with more new paintings , more nonsense (if you all can stand it)  !!
    Pneumonia is not childs play especially when its been a looong time since you were a child .  Nasty, and doesn't want to leave. 
 As I said on my Journey blog ... yes it kicked my a--. 
Right now ... off meds, next step is the Pulmonary doc in a few weeks.
   One word .. ok 2 .. Don't Smoke !  I thought that quitting 15 years ago was the answer.. Nothing would touch me.. Wrong.. every day that you don't smoke is to your benefit, and thats why I came through this.. but damage is done, that will always affect your lungs.. no going back on that... You dance? you pay the piper.. 
    I will be fine for now..it's over and I thank you all, for your support, well wishes, and prayers,, don't mean to preach.. but you know who you are... Ok?    BJ

9 comments:

  1. So glad you are feeling better! I hope you can get lots of rest and be strong again soon. "They that wait upon the Lord will renew their strength, they shall mount up on wings like eagles." Isaiah 40:31

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  2. Thank you J ... How sweet of you
    BJ

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  3. Glad you're on the road to recovery, hon *hugs*
    When I had pneumonia in 2000, it took fully six months to feel better. The tiredness lasted such a long time. I say it not to frighten you, but so that you be kind to yourself and not rush back in to anything. Take good care and rest lots. xx

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  4. I'm so glad you are on the mend!And I just love your sketch! Those flowers look gorgeous! :0)

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  5. I'm just glad you quit, sweetie, and even gladder that you are getting better every day.

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  6. I'm glad you are better, BJ.

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  7. I'm glad you are better, BJ!

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  8. Love the sketch. Glad to see you back posting and please listen to Pat .... take it easy!!!

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  9. I know that you will make a full recovery, and I also agree with Pat.

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