Saturday, May 13, 2017

Weather update with health talk


      
Hello  Precious   Friends!


Hope   and   pray   that  all  of   you   are  saying   warm   well   come   to  new   seasons  that   have   stepped    into   your   part   of   land,  Happy    spring   to   those   who   found     blooms    around   them    finally !

Happy   winters    to   those  who   are   going   to   enjoy  beautiful   grey   season   ,rains ,snow   and  lots  of  interesting  indoor   activities  who  were  pending  since  long.

Here  like   always   in   month   of   May   temperature  suddenly  reached   near   50 [48c]  and   like   always    short   fall   of  electricity   occurred   immediately  .

Life   gets   abruptly   hard   in   these  months [May   to  September].    I   terribly   miss   my  native   village's   climate  where  rains  fall   once  or  twice  in  a  week  and  due   to  be  upper   hilly   part   air   never  stops  and   hardly  gets    warm .  

                                                  Clouds  gathered  before  evening

My    prayers    for   rains   are   hardly   answered   but   two   days  back   suddenly   after   many  long    muggy   days    sky   covered   with   dark   roaring   clouds  ,strong   wind   waved  and  it   rained   heavily  for  few   hours .

Surroundings    were   fresh   and   amused . My   little   garden   more   pretty   after   taking   bath    under   the   shower  of   rain.  

Finally   my   heart   found   joy   and   my   soul   felt   peace  .Humans ,birds   and  trees  all   got   relief .   I   am   so   grateful   to   dear   God   who   pour   his   blessing   to   cheer   his   men.
        Got  thicker  quickly ,and  start  raining  after  darkness  of  night  fall .We   all   stood  under  the  pouring  and  enjoyed  the  freshness for almost two hours!!!


Yesterday    we   visited   the    doctor    who    advised   us   to   postpone   my    surgery    until   the   weather  gets   bearable   as   in   such   hot    and   muggy   weather    healing   from   the   surgery   can    take    longer    time .  He    said    that      though   surgery    causes   tiny   wounds   but   if   the   weather   conditions   are   as   extreme     it   can   get     worse   so   we   decided   to   wait   until   October .   Doctor   told   that   we   don't  have    to    worry   about    delay    as   my   disease   can   be   hold   down   by   medicines     and    precautions  . I   kept   smiling  while   saying   "okay "

But    what     if     this   stupid   bladder   did  not   wait   until   October   and    blasted    before ???

Then   it   will   be   my   destiny ,i   believe   that    death   has   a   certain   time   and   when   it   comes   no    excuse   work  .

I    am   fine  and   relaxed  ,i     have   lived   more   than   forty   five   years   in   this   beautiful    world  .  Had   loving   parents  , grandparents  ,teachers   friends    which   made   me   glorious   memories   of   past  . 


Got   married   to   a   man   whom   i   hardly   knew   but    God   turn  him   as  a   caring   friend   for   me.  We    shared   25   years   of   deep   affection   and   understanding.

God   blessed   me   with   three   lovely   boys   who   mean  life  to  me . I   am   fully  deeply  content   what    i   have   and   often    think   with    gratitude   that   God   blessed   me   with  more   than   i   deserve .

So  if  one   day   suddenly   i   will   have   to   say    goodbye   to  my  family   and   this   world   it   will   be   with   peace   and   serenity,   joy  and  gratefulness. without  any   regret  or   sorrow : )   

                       i  find  my  soul  swinging here if i transfer  [kidding !] [ image ,google]


It   is   airy   today .Rain  's  pleasant   effect   is   still   in   environment.  I   hope   Clouds   take   rounds   of   to  my   city   and   give   us   break   through  hot   long   summers.

That's  all   for   today  dear   friends!

Thank   you   again   for   your   concerns  and  prays ,i  am  so  blessed  to  have  all  of  you  as  friends!  God   Bless  You  All!

Please  take  good  care  of   yourselves !

45 comments:

  1. Oh too bad you have to wait! I pray it all goes well and you don't have too much sufferings until that time. Your marriage is beautiful and your boys too! Andrea

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  2. I am not sure what type of surgery you need, but I love your outlook and your deep faith in God! Where do you live? I live in Wisconsin, USA. We are just finally getting Spring like weather. The grass is green, and flowers are blooming. For us, that means long awaited yard work! It seemed in April, all it did was rain....we are never happy where we are in this world are we? Blessings!

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  3. You were deep in my thoughts the other day when I received a package from Pakistan. Boths sides of the mailing folder were covered with stamps portraying a man whose picture I've seen recently. I thought for a moment and remembered it was from your blog that I saw the picture of the founder of Pakistan Muhammad ali jinnah. I get my shilajit from Pakistan. I find it interesting how the different parts of the world have learned to live with their own peculiar weather.

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    1. World is global village isn't it my friend?

      i googled about shilajit to know what is this ,it made me happy that this is some kind of natural product which people used to stay healthy and how nice that my country export reliable quality of this product around the world.

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  4. So sorry you have to wait for this surgery.

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  5. Praying for success in October.

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  6. I hope that you get better as soon as possible. Waiting for a procedure can be so difficult.

    Sorry to hear that you are moving into a period of uncomfortable weather. I hope that you see as mild temperatures as possible and that you get some pleasant rains.

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  7. Take it easy and follow doctor's orders to get safely to October and surgery.

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  8. I'm sorry you have to wait for your surgery. The wait can be difficult but the time will pass. Until then, take care of yourself and enjoy all there is to enjoy.

    That is good news about the rain. It refreshes the earth and all that inhabit it.

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  9. My Dear Baili
    Sorry to read you have to wait for your surgery... that can't be easy, but you must take Doctors advice. While you wait you must take care of yourself and try to enjoy the coming months.
    I pray that the weather is not unbearable, and that you do see more rain.

    You have been blessed with three wonderful sons and a man who cares for you ... 25 years is wonderful.

    Thinking of you and sending good wishes to you.

    All the best Jan

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  10. I am sorry to hear that you are ill, just take it easy and look after yourself. October isn't so very long away in the greater scheme of things.

    Your post shows the beauty of your soul :-)

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  11. Thank you for this update. It sounds like you are taking it all positive. May the best be with you.

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  12. I hope the treatment regime works out properly and that you make a rapid recovery.

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  13. Your joy in the rainfall made me smile...to know how to appreciate blessings like this, I wish I could do this as freely as you do! God is good.

    I'm sorry that you have to live with such worry until your surgery. You have your mind set in a very good way. I pray all goes well, Baili.

    Jane x

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  14. Thanks for the update. I hope all is good with you.

    Greetings from London.

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  15. I'm so sorry you have a health worry. I do agree about heat and surgery can be disastrous. I've heard of many who wait until winter for surgery so the blood thickens. I will pray for you. At 45, you have much to live for.

    My mother lived in the mountains about 200 km from where we live now. It was a much cooler climate. Our summers are very harsh and this one will be no exception. Take care, Ann

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  16. Beautiful cloudy sky! It's great that you had a little refreshing rain. :-)
    I'm sorry, that you have to postpone your surgery. Waiting is bad…
    Take care! Have a lovely new week! :-)

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  17. Thinking of you and praying for a quick wait time for surgery.

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  18. Your optimism and patience are a good example for the rest of us, baili! I hope you are not too uncomfortable in the heat while you wait for October to arrive and your health to improve. I would not survive in 48C temperatures, I am sure of it - you are amazing.

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  19. If your gall bladder needed operating on straight away the Dr. would do it regardless of the weather.
    As you say, what what you eat and hopefully you will be ok till October when the operation will take place.
    You will be alright :)
    The weather is certainly warm there at 48 degC and with high humidity as well, rather uncomfortable for every one.
    Take care

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    1. thank you Margaret ,

      actually main problem is that electricity is not stable when cooling systems is used by most of people .
      instead of developing their system authority shuts down the light of whole city ,light gets off after four hours for tow hours and these times are most terrible .
      I am relying on my God's decision more than doctor because it always works for me

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  20. Hey here in my place I am facing the same weather... :)

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  21. so sorry to hear that you have to wait. You are in my thoughts!

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  22. Que melhore rápido é o meu desejo. Por aqui a Primavera ainda não aqueceu...
    Gostei muito das fotografias.
    Uma boa semana.
    Um beijo.

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  23. Baili, I am so sorry that you must wait for surgery but I am sure that the doctor knows what he is doing. I wish you a comfortable wait with more cooling rains.
    Your post was very touching. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers 💮

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  24. I am sorry that you have to wait! I will keep you in my thoughts dear Baili!
    oxo Susi

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  25. Baili, your posts are always so uplifting, even when it seems you are going through some difficult periods like with the weather, electricity shutdown, and now yiur delayed surgery. So, that today when yiu seemed a bit depressed (understandably) by the delayed operation, it is up to us, your friends to say we will be thinking of you and keeping your health in our thoughts and prayers. And as another commented, 45 is a young age and while you have many joys in your husband and sons, there are more to come.

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  26. Dear Baili – I haven’t experienced 48 degrees C. I think only rain can soften the heat, not air conditioner, which makes the outside air higher because air conditioner move heat from inside to outside of the house. That’s why the temperature of urban area is higher. Wish more rain in your district.

    Sorry to hear about the postpone of your gallbladder surgery. I think I can understand your sinking feeling, but to be positive mentally keeps you healthy physically. I hear surgical removal of the gallbladder is the time-honored and safest treatment of gallbladder disease. You don’t have to be concerned about it, but after the surgery you need comfortable healing time in not bad weather as your doctor decided. If ever something wrong happens on your health, the doctor will do surgery promptly regardless of the weather. Everything will be all right in October. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you.

    Yoko

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  27. I am glad you got some rain, it is a blessing from above. But was sorry to hear that you'll have to wait for the operation, take good care of yourself in the meantime!
    Amalia
    xo

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  28. Your photos are beautiful! I cannot take the extreme heat and humidity that we get here sometimes in Montreal. I will keep you in my prayers in regards to your health and surgery. Hugs.

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  29. We must enjoy all the moments of joys that life brings us.
    Good luck to you

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  30. It is wonderful to get the refreshing rain, Baili. I looked at your previous post and saw the beautiful traditions, food, art and costumes of your culture. I had to read back a bit to find out why you needed surgery, too. I will be praying that all will be well with you and that you are not in too much discomfort while you wait. Hugs xx Karen

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  31. Thank you for your comment on my Ocala blog. I see here that you are having issues with your bladder and assume it has to do with cancer. My wife has bladder cancer, and had her bladder removed 4 1/2 years ago. Her scans last month were clear so we're grateful for that. Best wishes to you ... you can live without a bladder if it has to go.

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  32. So nice that you got some rain! I trust all will be well with you as you wait for your surgery. Beautiful photo of the swing - great place to hang out I would think.

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  33. My friend, I am sure you will be fine! I am sorry your surgery will be delayed! Your post today, was very touching! I to believe, that when your time is up, it is up. You are a wonderful person! Big Hugs!

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  34. It's a good idea to postpone the surgery till October, when you can recover in greater comfort, I think. Best wishes to you.

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  35. Take things as easy as you can and hopefully the time will pass quickly with more lovely refreshing rain. Hugs xx 🐨

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  36. Glad you got some relief with the rain fall. We know what the situation is like when there's no rain in Italy. Piped water from the mountain streams is shared around the villages - one day on and one day off. Water is precious to keep healthy and clean, but we have to be careful not to waste it. We don't have piped water, but a well instead. We drink bottled water and go up into the mountains to collect pure mineral water from the mountain stream at specially constructed fountains. It's a joy when the rain comes although it's never enough in the summer. Prayers for your health.

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  37. Thank you dear Linda for your kind words and specially for letting me know about the system of water supply in your area.
    It is blessing my friend that our city has good system of water supply and even when there is no rain fall for months people get water properly.

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  38. I'm sorry to learn that you need surgery, Baili. I hope that your hot weather season passes quickly for you and that the medicines you take carry you through to the time you can have your surgery with less risk. I was immediately thinking of the dangers of infection in the heat. If for some reason your bladder "blasted" before October, I have no doubt that you and your doctor would deal with it appropriately. I admire your deep faith and how uplifting you are even when confronted with a challenge. You are surrounded by the love and support of your family. I will keep you in my thoughts and friends, dear friend!

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    1. Thank you dear Fundy Blue.
      I am waiting for the October patiently with strong belief that if there is life for me in future nothing can snatch it .God Blass you my friend

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  39. Hi Baili - it sounds like the doctor has some good sense ... especially if the surgery can wait. In the mean time take care, do all the things that help you and ease any challenges - with thoughts. You are so blessed with your beloved husband, children, your parents and extended family and friends - all the best - Hilary

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