10 Oct 2012

Home sweet Home..My piano

After recuperating at my mum's, I decided I'm finally ready to head home. It's a wonderful feeling to be home again. :)  I'm truly thankful, that my parents graciously and lovingly took care of me in the post op days. My heart is filled with gratitude, for all that they've done.

Post op there are still weird symptoms, like last night, I woke up with the walls spinning and a weird burning sensation in my head. I won't bother with all these crazy symptoms, but reading a pituitary operation forum I chanced upon, I know each person will recover in their own way, in their own time. I also got a second opinion from a different ENT, Doctor Ng Kee Sang in Klang, and he said, it was too risky to undergo another surgery right now for sinuses. I've just been given more medication, but I trust this doctor.

Anyway, first thing on coming home, I took in the familiar smells, hugged my ecstatic poodle, peeped in to check on my mice (female is pregnant!) and jumped into bed and hugged my familiar pillow, opened the windows and took in the refreshing scent of my teeny garden. Ahh...sooo good. :)

Next...I headed.to my beautiful piano that I've missed so deeply. Before my op, I played and sang some random heartfelt songs on my piano, which I recorded on my handphone. And these songs brought me through the op. As I listened to them again recently, I could hear cracking in my voice at some points, showing the tears and fear at that time. But all that is over now. I'm thankful to God.

I'm rambling, but I just got back to my piano, which is an extension of my voice and soul, and just played, and thanked God in all. Anyway, here's just a very short (not so good quality)  recording of the song "Give Thanks" I just did.

Give thanks with a grateful heart
Give thanks to the Holy One
Give thanks because He's given Jesus Christ, His Son

And now let the weak say, "I am strong"
Let the poor say, "I am rich
Because of what the Lord has done for us"

Give Thanks...

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Mini Mocha said...

Welcome home! lovely piano. Hope you will improve each day and have less pain.

Divoo said...

What a wonderful song that is, Martha! Glad that you're back home. :) You've come back as a stronger person, I believe. Hope you recover fast!

gail said...

So happy you are home! hugs

Carolyn (Lil' Dahling) said...

Hey you! Thanks for dropping by my blog despite still recuperating. Haven't been visiting blogs lately too. Was distracted by something else. lol. So here I am again. Glad that you're back home. Must be a good feeling. And yeah, parents are always a gem right? I love to sing that song in church too..:) Take care!

Martha said...

Thank you my dear bloggy friends for visitiing today. :) HUGS

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