Oh yes, I would agree with that wholeheartedly.
Goodness, this one really tugs at me. Two weeks ago my son (37 ) had brain surgery I was all of these things,the 24 hours before the op I could not let him see how scared I was, it was all smiles and jokes, his elder brother helped with those,he walked to theatre, in his gown and sexy pressure stockings, still smiling, with a bye see you later, then , bang, he was out of sight and earshot and I completely lost it. Seven and a half hours of hell, all of the emotions we mothers feel crammed into hours, then turning the switch back on to smiles when taken into ICU to see him,back to being strong again. Now we are home, staples out, wound healing but still not knowing if the surgery has worked. I have to say the NHS were brilliant, all of the way, we are forever grateful,under extreme pressure they always perform to their best.
It's what we do as Mums isn't it. We have to be so brave when we are feeling our absolute lowest and there for our children. They are always children to us no matter how old they get. I do hope everything has gone well, and YES the NHS are fantastic. Sending you love and positive vibes. xx
I also wanted to send get well wishes to your son Chrissie what a huge relief to hear his surgery has worked. I was in the UK a few years ago when my brother had heart surgery at Wythenshawe Hospital, like you we were so grateful and thankfully to have access to the NHS.
So true Sue:) I so love reading your memes♥ xx
It is very true Sue - No matter how old your children are you never stop worrying about them. I only have one and he is 31 years old and still a constant worry to me. He has put his dad and me through the mill over the last decade and I am still waiting for him to turn his life around. I go through so many emotions, but the constant one is my deep love for him. Best wishes to Chrissie and I hope her son makes a full recovery.
And some days, we really, really, really have to be!🍂🍁🍂