02 November 2011

Going home




I
n another 3 days, I'll be travelling with my 4 months old on a 7 hour flight home.



It isn't an easy decision. I worry about how the cub will cope with his first flight in his tender months, I guess it's why I'm not too thrilled about the trip this time.





The medical sectors in Japan aren't helping me, so I'm making a hopeful trip back for surgery on my wrists which are about to give way anytime soon. This Tendonitis has been tormenting me for years and been most unbearable the past months. I've been clenching my teeth so hard that I may lose them soon.



Looking back I couldn't have survived the past months with 2 bad wrists and an active baby without a new supply of grace granted to me day by day. Sniff...


Now I just need to pull through the flight, hoping that my fella stays his sweet self. After the surgery, I may not be able to use the keyboard for quite a while so catch up later everyone! Meanwhile, stay good and blessed.


10 comments:

grub said...

both my sister and i traveled overseas when we were around the same age. my mum said we slept most of the way. hopefully breadcrumbs doesn't cry during the flight!

i hope your surgery will be a success and that you recover soon :) i shall be awaiting for your good news.

take care!

Piggy said...

Gosh, I didn't know that the condition of your wrists is so bad that you have to go for surgery. Hope you have a great trip home and a speedy recovery!

bp said...

Praying with you all will be well, my dear...

- On the flight, Cub be cooperative -- he can do it, and you can, too!

- And with your wrists -- that you'll be in the great hands of the surgeon who can help relieve you of your pain.

Take great care, ok. Is Bear going along?

I hope you'll have help from your loved ones and friends once you get to SG, say yes to their offer to give a hand, knowing they want to help coz they really care. Let me know what I can do too, besides to pray with you.

HUGSSS, go in His abundant grace, and praying for extra ounces of strength for you also!

Maggie and Mitch said...

We will say many prayers for you, Stardust. We hope Breadcrumbs does well on his first flight and we hope your surgery goes well.

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

stay-at-home mum said...

Glad you are coming home :)
I am sure the family over here is looking forward to meeting the cub.
Wishing you a speedy recovery of your wrist. I didnt realise it was so bad. Praying for healing for you. Hope to be able to meet up with you here.

Stardust said...

Thanks everyone! It's very comforting to know that I'm cared for. :)

Feronia said...

I'll be thinking of you, Stardust. I hope that all goes well with your surgery and with the flight home. Take care of yourselves and I look forward to hearing about it all when you return. Hugs xx

Helena said...

Thinking of you and hoping all goes well!

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Hey I hope all is well!

I wantid to arks if yu had vizited this blog-

http://little-leon.blogspot.com/

Littol Leon will hav his ferst berfday nex month. He is cute an has a Bear. I thort yu mite like to see him if yu havent fownd him allreddy!

Bear hugs!

:@}

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Is yor hand better now?

Hehe look at that Bear in the hedder! I knew he wud be mischief!

btw Did yor cub ever ware Dilly's slippers? She was very pleesd to find those, even tho I thort they wud be better wiv a Bear on them.