Sunday, February 8, 2009

Plastic Surgery

To reboob or not to reboob...

So, I'm watching the Grammy's tonight and it got me thinking about plastic surgery. I know what you're thinking, "Wow, Sheri, how could the Grammy's get you thinking about plastic surgery?" I have no idea, really. I think it's my narcissistic personality.

Plastic surgery, from what I understand, is extremely painful. Do I really want to put myself through the pain of reconstruction surgery? Is it just for vanity reasons? I know, once again, I'm putting the cart ahead of the mastectomy mule, but this time it's not my fault. Blame Paul Mccartney, Smokey Robinson, Barry Manilow and many many other singers that I thought were old, but turns out they look shockingly (and I mean that literally) young.

Ughhh, I'm tired of thinking about all this. I'm glad I decided to take time off from all this cancer/surgery drama. I'm feeling very relaxed. Now if only I could get Sir Paul to lose the "oh no! Sheri's got cancer" look from his face.


  1. Just wanted to let you know I am praying for you. I have been where you are now and I know the anxiety that comes with the territory. Just breathe sweetie. I can't tell you all the worry and pain will be gone over night, but I can tell you this: I am always here for you, we all are...

  2. Girl, you're funny.
    I had no idea.
    But it totally makes sense 'cuz you're married to Tom.
    Praying this for you everyday:

    Strengthen the feeble hands,
    steady the knees that give way;
    say to those with fearful hearts,
    "Be strong, do not fear;
    your God will come,
    he will come with vengeance;
    with divine retribution
    he will come to save you."

    Then will the eyes of the blind be opened
    and the ears of the deaf unstopped.
    Then will the lame leap like a deer,
    and the mute tongue shout for joy.
    Water will gush forth in the wilderness
    and streams in the desert.
    Isaiah 35:3-6


  3. Sheri,
    You are awesome and you will get through this.
    I'm praying for a successful surgery, freedom from anxiety, peace in your heart and that you don't ever lose your sense of humor. Sending hugs!
    Pat Jett

  4. Sheri,

    You are doing great... Your outlook in your past few days has been so good...I'm going to email you something about nipples!