I imagine that your body went into shock with the major surgery. It takes a long time to heal. At least to get back to where you were before the surgery. Sometimes I wonder if we ever do. But keep a good attitude, that has a lot to do with healing.
Break up your regular routine into smaller jobs. Realize that it may take you two trips to do what you normally did in one. I went through that with the fibromyalgia. There was a time when I couldn't even drive myself to town, now I do shopping and everything by myself.
I think that people come and go Aurora. Some of them come back. I know one of the members has been off because her computer is down. But it does seem that the people change on and off. But we are always getting new members so that is cool. You just have to get to know them. Enjoy people as they drift through I guess. That is what I do. Though there are a few of us that seem to stick around longer.
I think it depends on what is going on in people's lives to as to whether they post. Well, you were gone for a while. But you came back and I am happy for that. I guess I am pretty much always here. I take a break now and then and am not on the computer so much, but I try to pop in daily if I am not working. That is another accomplishment that I have made with the fibromyalgia. I never thought that I would be able to work again. But I am part time and that is huge for me.
I hope that you are having a joyous holiday season Aurora.
Moderator-Depression and fibromyalgia
fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression,allergies