Longleaf Stories

full circle in the hundred acre wood

I had kind of been looking forward to having unmitigated gall, but the surgeon says the old gall bladder’s performance is borderline and so we decided to apply fresh air and sunshine medicine, along with watchful waiting. Dr. Gage also recommended a chill pill, three times daily, or as needed.

Thanks, everybody, for your encouragement.

Buck and I walked the woods and went swimming today. Looks like the fresh air and sunshine treatment is working.

Sweet dreams!

0 thoughts on “Unmitigated Gall

  1. Dick says:

    May the sun remain high in the sky for you, Beth!

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  2. Sweet Dreams to you too:0) Glad you have such a sensible medic and as for chilling with that tree haven you and Buck tend and continue to create, the least you can do is float in that pool of yours and smale at the beckoning canopy.

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