Get Well Wishes For a Friend

Dear Readers,

Jen (half of the Jen and Susy duo) is in the hospital and I thought I’d make a place for anyone wishing to post a message for her and Susy. Think of this as a big Get Well Soon card. Plus, I’ll put any news Susy wishes to pass along about Jen up here.

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11 Responses to Get Well Wishes For a Friend

  1. Alice Gee says:

    My heartfelt best wishes for you both. I sincerely hope that Jen overcomes whatever ails her and that you both are able to resume your lives together sharing your obvious love and affection for each other.

  2. Fur says:

    Thank you Ebo

    Again my best wishes go to you both Jen & Susy. Jen you have to get well as I need more stories about a certain water gun!!!

  3. Andrew Mason says:

    I know precious little of either Jen or Susy. What little I know is that you are a couple madly in love with each other and possessed of a sophisticated taste in erotic fiction. I would not wish what you are going through on anyone, least of all such a pair of classy ladies.

  4. Susy and Jen says:

    Our Dear Ebo,
    You have our deepest thanks for your kind thoughts and producing this special part of your site. Our thanks also for those who have always shown an interest in me and my little Treasure, you have all been very very kind.
    I’m sitting in the relatives waiting room with Jen’s mummy and daddy whilst my little bundle of fun is having an operation on her heart. The surgeons are repairing the valve that had been damaged by a nasty dose of rheumatic fever Jen contracted when she was a child. Now at 26 it had deteriorated to a point where surgical endeavour was necessary. During her last visit to his clinic, the surgeon said it would need some attention within a year or so. Little did we know the excitement of writing to Father Christmas would bring about its urgency now. The nice men said it will take about three hours (Jen’s been with them about 45mins) and perhaps a further hour to recover from the anaesthetic, maybe less and then i can give her a kiss.
    At least when Treasure recovers she will be able to have the pair of skates she so desperately wanted for Christmas. I’m going to take her to Spain when the doctors say she can travel without problems (6-8 weeks) Unless she mentions them before, I shall hide them in our case and give them to her when we are there. M and D want to go for a walk so I’ll finish and go with them. All for now everyone and thanks for your good wishes, my little darling will be as delighted as I am. Love Susy and my little bundle of Joy. xx

  5. Lex Cortland says:

    I’ll chime in again with my best wishes for you two. You will be in my thoughts.

  6. Susy and Jen says:

    Dear Ebo and All,
    Almost five hours after my darling wife went into surgery the nurse came to see us and said the surgeon would be with us in a few minutes. She had a big smile on her face and my heart jumped for joy.
    Mummy and Daddy came and hugged me and even daddy had a tear in his eye. A few minutes later the doctor came in, smiled and said, “Mrs Davy, your wife is fine and will be awake soon.” I hugged him and asked if there were any problems. Apparently, my little Treasure arrested for a few minutes but the surgeon was confident that there would be no problems. He left saying the nurse would come for me shortly. I was so happy, I kissed him on the cheek and said my name is Susan, not shortly. He laughed and left me hugging M and D.
    After an eternity, a nurse came in, looking for me and I followed her to the recovery room and there was my bundle of joy lying flat and smiling at me. The nurse said I could give Jen a kiss but not lift her up. That was all right by me and it was the sweetest kiss – ever. After M and D had been in they went home and Treas and I went back to our room. Soon my darling dropped off to sleep and although I was tired, I wrote this note but forgot to post it.
    Now it is the following day and Treas is sitting up; having some soup and hasn’t stopped smiling since she asked her super surgeon when she will be able to have some hanky-panky. He looked stunned at first and then said – “I’ll let you know but it will not be whilst you are in that bed.”
    I asked him when she would be able to fly and he said in a few weeks. Jen looked at me and said – Spain, goody-goody-gumdrops. Fur, I think I’ll hide Jen’s water-pistol in the case. My little Treasure’s going to be fine and I showed her what you had done for her on your site and she too, was delighted. Thank you Ebo and all those who have wished us well, you’ve made us both very happy. Love from Susy and Jen. Xx
    PS When Jen is allowed home we shall start catching up with our reading. Sx

  7. Fur says:

    From experience without going into detail be sure to have your pain meds for at least a day just in case…

    Jen if you can stay in the hospital until you feel absolutely like you can be driven home without a lot of pain. If there’s any kind of elevation (around hundred feet or more) you are going to hurt for awhile going up or down. That will last between a week to a week and half (at least from my experience it is). Sex is hard to say and depends on your pain level and what releases it.

    No baths, not hot tubs, no swimming until the scar is fully healed to avoid infection.

    Love you both and glad everything is going well. Look forward to what you have to say about the stories waiting for you.

  8. Susy and Jen says:

    Hi Fur,
    Lots of thanks from Jen and I for both your good wishes and advice.
    I intend to keep Treas in hospital for as long as possible to ensure there are no problems: Jen is far to precious to leave anything to chance. When she had the operation on her poorly bottom, I had to take her back after a few days and whilst it turned out not to be serious, I will not rely on providence to keep fun bundle from harm and fortunately, our super doctor lives close by and she will ensure Jen has plenty of meds and visit her daily.
    Your advice makes excellent sense and despite the method of operation not being as invasive, it still makes a lot of sense. In times gone by, chests were split open and weeks of care followed prior to release, Jen’s procedure, however, was a keyhole venture enabling recipients to be up in a few days, not weeks. The only signs that Treas has had the operation are little hole marks which gave access to the instruments but the op was still serious in my book, whilst routine to the surgeons. As for hanky-panky, nobody wants it more than the two of us but it’s the waiting game and our hormones must be controlled by the medics. It’s 11:00 here and Treas is sitting up busy compiling her needs for Spain in a few weeks. So far – hasn’t listed her WP. Thanks again for your kind thoughts and you have our best wishes for 2018. Love Susy and Jen. xx

  9. No One says:

    Oops, I’m late on this, but it’s good to hear that the operation went well. Best wishes to Jen on a speedy recovery, and hopefully you two can have a relaxing time in Spain very soon.

  10. Susy and Jen says:

    Dear Ebo, Fur, No One, Alice, Andrew and Lex,
    The surgeons are “very pleased” with my Darling’s progress – I – am ecstatic.
    I think we all know that hospitals can be the best place to pick up an infection (despite the best of intentions) so, whilst I want to keep Jen in as long as possible to ensure there are no problems (one developed after her last op – yes, it was minor problem but it frightened me and it might have come to light had she stayed in a little longer) I also wish to take her home just as soon as the medics say she is well enough. Then, off to Spain when they say my bundle of fun can fly – water-pistol, skates and all.
    After Treas’ operation on her little bottom – in addition to the medical aspect of her treatment – good wishes and concern from others, also aided her speedy recovery: just as they are doing on this occasion – THANK YOU ALL – for addressing this part of Ebo’s wonderful site and you Ebo, for providing the opportunity to do so.
    Love from Susy and Jen. xx – a Happy New Year to you all and we hope 2018 gives to you – a love similar to that shared by my Treasure and I. Susy x

  11. Alice Gee says:

    Hi Suzy and Jen,
    Happy to know that everything is going well on the hospital front. Hopefully Suzy’s little treasure will soon be discharged and you two can resume your loving relationship.
    So peace and love to you both and the fervent hope that 2018 will be everything you want it to be.

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