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Sunday, 04 June 2006


I'm curious, do you want to return soon for the distraction, or for other reasons? Hoping that you can wait to return once you have some stamina back. Just the commute alone sounds exhausting.

When I was at the purple palace, I noticed that the big cheese, DF, used to wear jeans, t-shirts, and would go around bare foot. I thought that rocked.

There are some departments that are ultra casual, and some that are dressy. I guess you'll know more when you get there. I think that the engineers tend to be more laid back for some reason. :-)

I hope you take all the time you need to heal, but be careful about laying around too much - you don't want to get adhesions. Walk every day a couple of times if you can. But more, take the time to heal inside.

I'm glad the mister is taking such good care of you - hugs to him too.

Dear Millie, I'm so sorry about your ruptured ectopic. The words "Can't you catch a break?" are being decisively answered, over and over again.

Please take it easy for longer than you think you strictly need to. Your body has been through major trauma and needs time to heal. I'm so glad you're in such warm and loving hands.

Get some rest. You certainly deserve it. Work will wait.

Oh Millie, I hope you stayed home today. You need the time to rest and heal.

Everytime you write about your husband I think about what a great guy he is. I'm so glad you have each other.

I'm sorry - and yes, rest, but when you go back to work, Chic.o's also has good stretchy pants. You'll be the youngest person in there (by far), but the pants are good.

I hope that you're feeling better with every passing day, but also hope that you take it easy until you feel like you are able to go back to work. Pushing it too fast can set you back. I've done that before when I've had surgery and I ended up with a longer recovery and more time out of work after I went back too soon.

Take care of yourself!!

Doesn't sound to me as if you are well enough to go to work yet, but that's just me. 90 miles sounds like too much driving...

Hope you are feeling a bit better. I don't do footballer's wives myself, but I know people who do...

You have a heck of a commute, honey! I have abt 25 miles each way, and sometimes that is exhausting...I can't imagine having to go another 20.

Take as much time as you need... Maybe there is something you can do at home in the next few days? Sending healing thoughts and prayers,

Goodness Gracias Lady! We haven't spoken in a while and wow... While I am very sorry that you had to go through the ruptured tube, I am glad that the decision of whether or not to remove the tube is out of your hands at this point...

I read through your past several posts here and your pt about things being easy and good things happening BEFORE vs now, really struck home for me... I've been trying to deal with it by realizing that if I look outside of this lense called I-N-F-E-R-T-I-L-I-T-Y much of it (the good things) still remain true. Be strong my sister and join me in NOT letting this stuff define us (anymore then it already has)... Am I being too esoteric here? We'll have to chat about it in person...

OK on the Jennifer Aniston front, I actually never thought she and Brad Pitt made a very good couple, so I'm glad to see her moving on. Hopefully she will find the right fit soon - be it Vince or someone else..

COOL NEWS about Helen Feidling - YOU GO GIRL!!!

I'm traveling right now, but thinking of you. I'll call you when I return home, at the end of this week.

xoxx, Neighbor Fran

P.S. Hug the Mister for me. xo

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