Home is feeling
It is place where life reside,
It feeling of being safe ,
From outside world.
It is place from every journey begins
And comes to end with satisfaction.
There is no place like this,
Where mother's love surrounds and comforts you
During hard times, gives us support
By weeping tears from your face.
Where father's care gives strength to deals
With hard times and let you face them,
With smile in face.
Each and every corner of home is built with memories you create with your family.
Place where you are real,
You are not scared of being yourself.
Home is not just made of bricks and beams
It made of homely feeling.
Trust me that feeling is authentic and real love ,
That stays in your heart forever.
No matter how beautiful place you visit
in this world,
But real peace comes in your own home.
PSA: If you get laparoscopic surgery you would be wise to buy some diapers and GasX.
Although a friend of mine reached out to me and warned me about the pain I would feel associated with the surgery, I was not prepared for it.
With laparoscopic surgery they inflate your tummy with carbon dioxide so they can see better.
I started to notice the pain my friend warned me about in the hospital and the nurse told me it was the gas trying to leave my body by moving up. It created shoulder pain (the gas irritates a nerve and that translates to shoulder pain) and made breathing (irritates the diaphragm as well) uncomfortable for me.
I noticed it got worse when I sat up and it subsided when I would lay down.
Fast forward to being home.
Ryan helped me to the bathroom and before I could even get off the potty that shoulder and diaphragm pain kicked into full gear.
I quickly got my half naked self to my bed and lost it. This pain was so intense I could barely breathe but then again, breathing hurt too. I felt like I was being stabbed (not that I know what being stabbed feels like but if I had to guess, this was it) every time I tried to breathe.
I would hold my breath as long as I could and then take as little of a breath as possible because expanding myself lungs hurt so dang much. As I was crying noises that I have never heard or made before we’re coming from my mouth.
I told Ryan I couldn’t breath as he was standing over me watching me lose it. He couldn’t do anything but watch.
Then Noah our 11 year old walked in. Ryan quickly told him to leave. He didn’t want him seeing me like that.
The pain finally started to subside so Ryan climbed into bed with me. He looked at me and said, “let’s not do that again.”
I told him, “I think you need to go buy me some diapers because I’m not sitting up or getting out of bed again.”
I was half kidding and half serious. That kind of pain will make you do things you never thought you would do and a diaper sounded really good at the moment.
I had Ryan call Noah back in so he could see I was ok. I could tell he was worried. No kid needs to see their mom in pain like that.
💥 OMG I'M BLESSED! 💥 & maybe you don't really feel blessed today, but I'm telling you that there is something that HAS to shift in the atmosphere when you open your mouth & declare a thing!!
Question....what are you declaring over your life today??