A Couple of Bumps in the Road

The Tucson Gem and mineral Show has been in town for the last three weeks, I have had continuous renters staying here and decided to work at the show for extra money to get me further down the road, when the warmer seasons return.

I ended this busy time by getting the hernia operation that I have been putting off for the last three years. This week I am doped up to mitigate the pain. I have a story written, but I’m too impaired to proof and process it, so far. For example, this post took me 20 minutes to write. Please, bare with me and enjoy some of the posts from the past and I’ll get up and running, as soon as I can. Hopefully just a few days.

The nurse shaved half of me and seemed to do a part of my leg just for the heck of it. Was she trying to find a tanline under the fur? Shall I show off my scars, here?…Just kidding.

DF is taking care of me like some kind of angel and I’ll be very happy to be off of this medication with a clear head.

Thanks for visiting,


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6 thoughts on “A Couple of Bumps in the Road

  1. furthur2go75

    Wishing you JBee a speedy recovery and have DF angel nurse take care of is perfect for your recovery. You both have alot of naturist friends willing and able to help. Best of health and we will look forward to hearing from you in your time & convenience.


  2. BB PNW

    Judging from your blog, doing nothing must be very hard for you.
    Get better soon.
    When I see the email notification of a new post, it brings a smile to my face.
    Take Care


  3. Best of luck to you! I have one as well that I watch very carefully. May I ask what kind of hernia it is and the name of the procedure? A quick skim suggests that even ‘just’ sticking mesh in has several techniques, each with their own names. Shaving? I needed an angiogram the night before my mitral valve replacement. Yeah…. The areas she told me needed to be shaved and where she actually shaved didn’t have as much overlap as you’d expect.


  4. Eric

    I had the same operation years ago. One bit of advice while you heal: whatever you do, don’t watch the 1991 movie “What About Bob?” (Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss). It really hurt to laugh that much, but it helped to hold a pillow against my sutures.


  5. sassycoupleok

    Wishing you a speedy recovery!!


  6. Safebare

    Thanks for touching base JBee. We are all pulling for your speedy recovery. Rest well.


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