Wednesday, March 26, 2008

A Little Hospital Trip Side- Step!

Hello Blogging World,

I've been on a little hospital adventure the past few days. Seems I came down with a major gallstone attack on Easter evening that refused to subside. After a middle-of-the-night trip to the ER, they removed my gallbladder (full of gallstones!) and after a few days in the hospital, I'm finally home.

I'm a little slow on the mend, and I miss my blogger friends, but I'll be up and cooking again soon.

I suppose it would be appropriate to post some sort of recipe for Stone Soup here, but I'll choose instead to enjoy reading about your cooking adventures while I'm recuperating!

Will be blogging again soon...

Lori

11 comments:

HoneyB said...

I'm sorry to hear of your recent hospital adventure! Gallstones are no fun! Glad to hear you are home and recovering!

ali said...

Recipe Girl!! You poor thing! I have a huge pot of vegetable-barley soup in my fridge. I wish I could bring you some. I hope you feel better soon!

ali

Kevin said...

I hope you feel better soon.

Peter M said...

Lori, be well and be thankful it wasn't anything much more serious.

Milk all the pampering you can get!

Jenny said...

Lori,
What a nightmare! I remember when my mom went through it and it was horrible to see her pain. Hope you have a quick recovery!!

CookiePie said...

Oh no! Lori - I hope you're feeling tip-top very soon. In the meantime, sending you lots and lots of good wishes. xo

Cookie baker Lynn said...

Oh, hon, the hospital is not fun! But on the bright side - you don't have to worry about getting any more gall stones! Hope you recuperate quickly!

Laura said...

Yikes, how awful. I hope you feel better soon!

RecipeGirl said...

Thanks a bunch for the well wishes everyone!

SteamyKitchen said...

I hope you're feeling better by now!

noble pig said...

Hi! Been there, done that! It'a major operation...and everytime you stand up you feel like your inards are going to fall out..at least mine did. I suffered for three years before I was brave enough to have it out. It is the best thing I ever did! Turns out it's another organ you don't need! You can now move on with your life! Thanks for coming by my blog, your's is wonderful and I will be back!!