I want energy and I want it now!
January 17, 2016 2:46pm CST
I know I'm being too impatient (forgive me, Lord.) It's only been 2 weeks since my surgery and I know it takes a long time for my iron level to get back to normal after it being so critically low. I just baked some chocolate chip cookies and I feel like I cooked a seven course meal! Yesterday my husband drove to Walmart (I was having withdrawals ) but I thought I would be OK to just pick up a few things. Big mistake . I almost passed out before I could get to the car. But I truly am thankful to God for healing me, even if I do get tired of being tired!
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19 Jan 16
I hope you take care of yourself more. I know you can't wait doing nothing, but always think for a long term work. I mean if you wear down your energy now it might lead you to a serious complications and will have a hard time to go back to your normal routine. Than in having patience a bit in order for you to be fully recovered until you can go back now to everything you usually love to do than never.
• Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Quebec
18 Jan 16
Be patient, it takes a long time to bounce back after surgery. Doctors always tell us to not do much for six weeks, and then to take it easy. Take one day at a time, trusting the Lord for strength, and you will one day be back to normal.