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Home and a hot ham sandwich please

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    jag
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    Thursday signs lead to MRI

    Tues Craniotomy # 6

    Thurs discharge and home-need to get back to work, or who is going to feed them hogs?

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    Thursday signs lead to MRI

    Tues Craniotomy # 6

    Thurs discharge and home-need to get back to work, or who is going to feed them hogs?

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      LV
      Participant

      Glad you're back home, and glad to see you smiling!

      Aand aren't you glad you're not sporting a mustache? It would so detract from the head bandage.

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      LV
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      Glad you're back home, and glad to see you smiling!

      Aand aren't you glad you're not sporting a mustache? It would so detract from the head bandage.

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      Yawn
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      Fuck. That hurts just lookin' at it. 

      Emailed. 

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      Yawn
      Participant

      Fuck. That hurts just lookin' at it. 

      Emailed. 

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      TinaR
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      Aw, see? THIS is why I really need those superpowers ):  I'm glad to see you all smiley in your photo.

       

      Hope you get stronger every day and are home as soon as possible.

      Roxanne

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        DebbieH
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        Good luck with everything, John.  I see you haven't lost your sense of humor.  I was just reading the names of all your "pets"…….

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        DebbieH
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        Good luck with everything, John.  I see you haven't lost your sense of humor.  I was just reading the names of all your "pets"…….

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      TinaR
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      Aw, see? THIS is why I really need those superpowers ):  I'm glad to see you all smiley in your photo.

       

      Hope you get stronger every day and are home as soon as possible.

      Roxanne

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      MarieM
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      OUCH…..I'm so glad it's over. Happy to hear you are home. I hope you are not hurting TOO much. I was thinking of you!

      Big hugs, Marie

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      MarieM
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      OUCH…..I'm so glad it's over. Happy to hear you are home. I hope you are not hurting TOO much. I was thinking of you!

      Big hugs, Marie

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      Bonnie Lea
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      This is very good to read and see you looking quite like yourself…(cept for the new hat and scarf)  I am so happy to hear you want a hot ham sandwich  (though for the life of me I do not know why)   Cold Ham, Swiss Cheese, lettuce perhaps…but HOT?

       

      Stay safe  Dr. John  those poor miniscule ovaries continue to need removal by 'your kind'

      Bonnie Leasmiley

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      Bonnie Lea
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      This is very good to read and see you looking quite like yourself…(cept for the new hat and scarf)  I am so happy to hear you want a hot ham sandwich  (though for the life of me I do not know why)   Cold Ham, Swiss Cheese, lettuce perhaps…but HOT?

       

      Stay safe  Dr. John  those poor miniscule ovaries continue to need removal by 'your kind'

      Bonnie Leasmiley

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