I would like to thank all my neighbours, friends, and relatives for your support. I went into Jubilee hospital on Wednesday the 24th of June for a vascular surgery named Femoral Cross over. (Look it up, it’ll scare you as it did me) I posted a few photos on instagram and Facebook and the response was overwhelming. I’m out now with instructions to not drive or lift heavy things for 30 days. Your kindness and concern bouyed me up. (Along with the dedicated nurses and attendants at the hospital)
The surgeon and her office were extremely helpful and sympathetic.
All in all these factors made the experience bearable.
So, thanks again and you won’t see me much for a while as I’m on self isolation for a while. (with some great anti-pain drugs.)
Bob Cain

16 thoughts on “Operate”

  1. Yes indeedee, some things about getting old are no fun… but a lot more fun than the alternative. Good to hear you’re on the mend and, I assume, tucked away somewhere safe and cozy.

  2. Great to hear that you are on the upswing – being at HOME to recuperate. Now you can get creative in dreaming up many little tasks for all the help offered here !!

  3. So Glad you were finally able to get the surgery done wish you a quick easy recovery. If you need anything we are happy to lend a hand.

    Dale and Peggie

  4. All the best Bob! Glad to hear the surgery went so well. Hope to see you soon. And Especially hope you’re recovery is smooth and comfortable. Take care ….

  5. Hi Bob, glad to hear you are home recuperating, hoping the procedure brings relief. Please call if you need a hand around your place.

  6. Great that you have survived the vein attack on your well-being Bob. If you need some support when you start your long walks again, you can always lean on that favourite rock of yours!

  7. Yikes! Nope; no fun there. I’m glad to hear it went as well as such a thing could. Welcome home, and best wishes for a relaxing recovery and better times ahead!

  8. Hey there, Press
    Glad it’s finally over and now you can start re-choreographing those dance moves. I’m expecting to see some selfies in the mean time…

  9. Dear Bob, I do admire your dedication to photo journalism! At times from a hotel room, or even a hospital room, you continue to surprise, amuse, and inform us with your observations on life.
    Ever onward, upward, and outward my friend!

  10. Sorry to hear you’ve been through all that. Wishing you a speedy recovery (well not too speedy). Hugs.

  11. Just taking it easy is your reward for so many years of suffering. Just sitting isn’t easy but it will be over and you’ll be perambulating like mad.

  12. Glad you’re on the mend Bob…..remember no dishes or housework of any kind for 3 years!

  13. Glad to see you happily on recovery. Let us know when visitors would be appreciated.

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