Surgery Tomorrow will Change the Blogging Tone/Approach/Schedule as you can Surmise

Tomorrow is knee replacement surgery for yours truly, which means blogging will be impacted. Having not been through this before, it is not worth guessing how it may be impacted because recovery and therapy is different in each case. But it will shift for sure.

The procedure itself takes place early tomorrow morning.

I/we appreciate your prayers–KSH.


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10 comments on “Surgery Tomorrow will Change the Blogging Tone/Approach/Schedule as you can Surmise

  1. Katherine says:

    I will pray for you, for your surgeon’s skill, for your medical team, and for a smooth recovery and a positive outcome.

  2. Bookworm(God keep Snarkster) says:

    Big prayers…

  3. Undergroundpewster says:

    May the Lord’s hands and may his love guide the hands and hearts of your medical team.

  4. Pageantmaster Ù† says:

    Prayers for tomorrow and the time to heal properly and perhaps in due course, a return to the tennis court.

  5. Charles52 says:

    Prayers for a successful surgery and quick healing. FWIW, everyone seems to react differently. I’ve known recovery to be long and difficult, whole other folk seem to have an easier time if it. Recent advances seem to have made the whole business much less bothersome. I hope it’s that way for you.

  6. Kenneth Semon says:

    You will certainly be in my prayers. Take your medication and follow your physical therapist’s instructions and with God’s grace, all will be well. My staff still laughs when they recall my emails the first day or two after my surgery. Apparently the medication overcame my ability to spell (to say nothing of to think!). Blessings, Ken

  7. Militaris Artifex says:

    My wife had her left knee replaced this past Friday and will likely be discharged to home this afternoon or tomorrow (of course, according to Bishop of Rome [i]emeritus[/i] Ratzinger, it is explicitly her year[†], which might account for her relatively moderate pain). Kenneth Semon is quite correct about the need to take your pain meds and follow the physical therapist’s instructions.

    Nevertheless, I will add you to my prayer list.

    [i]Pax et bonum[/i],
    Keith Töpfer
    [†] Her given name is Faith, and Benedict did declare this “The Year of Faith,” prior to his abdication, did he not? 😉

  8. Milton Finch says:

    May His Holy Spirit be all up in everyone dealing with you tomorrow…including you. Peace, Kendall.

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  10. Saltmarsh Gal says:

    Kendall, prayers for protection in surgery and patience in recovery.