Last Saturday I got some wonderful hugs, the ones where you just want to squeeze a little tighter, because you feel it’s an honest hug filled with love. I have become somewhat of an expert in hugging. In the past I always wanted to keep my distance, in every sense of the word, because I was too afraid to get hurt. But oh, how I longed for those hugs. So I compensated my hugs for drawings. If I truly liked or loved the person, I gave them a drawing. Now I do both… hahaha.


An all-time favorite niece of mine, always hugged me like that. We didn’t see each other often, but when we did, she always gave me a hug that felt so tight, it always broke some of my outer brigs. Off course I hastily repaired the damaged brigs after she left, but she planted a seed.


And the seed sprouted.


Now, my hugs are only of the utmost honesty, filled with love. Where there first were none, I now give hugs to everyone I love. Life is too short to not let them know how you feel about them.



So, I had some wonderful hugs, ánd two beautiful drawings. And as if that wasn’t enough, I got a birthday present as well. It was a Lego Wonder Woman Brickheadz. I had never seen it before, and I loved it. This was just too funny.

I told them this would be a wonderful distraction after the colonoscopy. And I would assemble my little Wonder Woman after I got home.


Well… I tried….



Just as I thought, I was groggy, and my body hurt when I came home. Apparently I was even thát much groggy, I made pictures of myself instead of calling Ramon to come pick me up at the hospital.



Somehow I did manage to call him, because I ended up at home.

After a long nap, I woke up feeling horrible. Perfect time to do something distracting. I opened the box, and it scared the hell out of me.



‘There are over a million pieces in here!!! How is that even possible, coming out of such a tiny little box??’



Ramon laughed out loud. ‘I think you are still under the influence of the anaesthetic. Let me help you.’ After I tried desperately to fit a leg piece in an eye socket.



So, I have to admit, I’m not a Wonder Woman in building brigs of Lego after a colonoscopy. But even so, it was a nice distraction watching Ramon put my Wonder Woman together.



All though it may have took him exactly 6 minutes and 33 seconds…. The residue of anaesthetics made it seem like forever….