I know what to expect

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Oct 15, 2015

I go in at 6am tomorrow to have another layer of cells burned from inside my esophagus.

They will send me home about noon.

For the entire first week, everything I swallow will be uncomfortable.

The mucous from the intubation will clear after that first week but my life force will be very low for the following three weeks while my esophagus heals itself from within.

It's a process and a very similar process to quitting smoking.

When we quit, there are milestones we each must get through.  The only way out is through.

You who do this over and over, again and again?

Try to grasp this process concept and allow yourself enough time to unlearn smoking and let it go.