The Power of Love

 

If you recall, at the end of my ‘About that minor operation’ entry, I wrote ‘to be continued’… the reason is, I wanted to share with you my greatest ‘takeaway’ from the experience i.e. the operation.

Well, apart from the obvious, which is I had my cyst removed… I am reminded of the fact how lucky I am to have my hubby. I stayed at the hospital from Thursday to Sunday. And that was how long Jamie was at the hospital, at my side. He slept on the floor, padded by two sleeping bags, answering to all my whims, and taking in all my whining. He fed me, brought me water, and cleaned my bedpan when I could not walk to the toilet due to the surgery wound.

And, during this time… my resolve to stay on in my chosen profession (a modern-day matchmaker) strengthened because I realized how the entire experience at the hospital would be so different if I did not have my beloved hubby by my side as I work on my recovery.

Many people have commented that I have recovered rather speedily, and maybe… just maybe, it’s the power of love. 🙂

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9 Comments

  1. Hi Violet,
    good to know that the medical procedure went smoothly and it’s life’s little trials that help us realise what’s near and dear to us. look forward to seeing jamie, yourself and your little one soon.

    take care!
    andreww

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  2. It’s very good to see you back, violet. Everythings ok now, I presume? 🙂

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  3. iblogme /

    Hi Violet, glad to hear all is well. My heart is warmed upon reading this post. 🙂

    Much happiness always and take care of yourself.

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  4. hidayah /

    hello. i’m hidayah from millennia institute doing ‘A’level project work regarding matchmaking services. is it okay if we interview you? Please reply to my email address. We would appreciate it very much. 🙂

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  5. Andrew, thanks for dropping by! And yes, I agree… life small little trials make us appreciate people around us more. Looking forward to meet little Bianca too! 🙂

    Rudy – Yup! Everything is a-ok! 🙂

    Iblogme, good to see you here again! 🙂 And I am truly glad that you enjoyed the post…! Take care too! 🙂

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  6. ForestRunForest /

    Hi Violet,

    I surely can relate to your experience being bedridden in the hospital. Having ur love one around certainly helps. It is these memory, amongst others, that will remind both you & me that we are loved . I came across a passage from the Bible & I hope it describes the ‘feelin’ most appropriately.

    “Love bears up under anything, love knows no limii to its endurance & no end to its trust. Love still stands when all else has fallen.” – 1 Corinthians 13:7-8.

    Take care & get well soon……

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  7. welcome back to blogsphere…
    glad to hear tat u r getting well and everything goes smoothly.
    yeah…power of love can cure lots of stuff in love.
    miracle …perhaps the best medicine in the world, if you do have love in heart, giving and receiving love at the same time.
    cheers!

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  8. hi violet, not seen a post in some time. do balance out work, family and time for yourself too. once your little one is here, he’ll be taking up most of your waking hours. trust me, i speak from experience!!!
    inspired by your blog, i’ve created Insider Women which is located at: http://www.insiderwomen.com/woman .
    come visit and give your comments

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  9. Hi Forest-
    Thanks for the beautiful verse! 🙂

    Hi JC-
    Good to see you here again! 🙂 And yes, I agree… love is definitely the best medicine of all 😉

    Hi Andrew-
    Haha! Thanks for ‘reminding’ me to blog… just have been so busy! Haha! 🙂 Have checked out your new site… looks great! Keep up the great work!

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