Big Day Monday

For over a year now, a long road has been taken to bring me to this point in my life.

A few words before the day –

Big Day Monday

(Note: my reference to the weather in Florida does not pertain to the whole state because a large portion is sunny and warm this time of year.  I am currently located in Pensacola, Florida and yes, it certainly does become cold here this time of the year)

57 thoughts on “Big Day Monday

  1. You are a trooper, Terry. So nice of you to thank us when you are getting ready for surgery. I am sure you are really glad that the day is almost here. I hate hospitals, too. I will be thinking of you, sending virtual candles, hugs, kisses and good thoughts. Love Kerry xxx💋

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  2. I’ll be thinking of you all day Monday and throughout the week. Roxie wants you to know that you’ll be just fine. (She had 3 teeth out in November and is feeling quite spry and more mischievous than ever , so she thinks the same thing will happen to you.)

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  3. Oh Terry, it was so nice seeing you 🙂 and thank you, for thanking us 🙂 Thank you for showing your home and sharing your view, I saw the water! isn’t it beautiful. You know I will be thinking of you my friend. I am sure all will be fine, and surgery will go well. Just know you are in my thoughts and prayers always. Big hugs 🙂 x

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    • Lynne, I am glad you enjoyed the video and I was able to show you the home and surroundings. Gary and I like where we are and it will be a good place for recovery. Thank you for the thoughts and prayers – always appreciated. 🙂

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  4. My prayers and best wishes go with you! You are amazing and strong and we’ll see you soon, entertaining us again with your stories and dancing; and being thankful you’re our friend. Have Gary keep us posted if he would? Thanks sweetie and it’s going to be successful! Blessings.

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  5. I know you hate hospitals. Most people do. I LOVED being in one. People cater to your every need…they bring your food on a tray and an aspirin is just a buzzer away! I even like the food. LOLOL
    (but we all know I’m a tad strange.) I will be thinking about you on Monday…you and Gary….and sending you both warm hugs and wishes for a speedy recovery.
    This is just another rung on the ladder of life. Keep climbing! 🙂

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  6. A big thank you to you for sharing your journey with us. Also nice to see the landscape you will enjoy during your recovery. Sending virtual hugs and lots of love for smooth surgery and speedy recovery. And yes, be a good patient and the nurses will love you. 🙂

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