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On our return visit to the Surgeon on Monday, Maree was advised that she should be off crutches by end of the week.

With both legs it has been over 12 months...

Things should start to get back to normal? shortly......

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On our return visit to the Surgeon on Monday, Maree was advised that she should be off crutches by end of the week.

With both legs it has been over 12 months...

Things should start to get back to normal? shortly......
Hooray!!!

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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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That is good news James,well wishes to the both of you.
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Good for both of you.

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Good to hear, James!

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Glad to hear James I bet she's looking forward to some better mobility

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That is great news James. As someone with leg problems, be sure an tell her to take it slow and easy!

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On our return visit to the Surgeon on Monday, Maree was advised that she should be off crutches by end of the week.

With both legs it has been over 12 months...

Things should start to get back to normal? shortly......
I hope she is doing well, James. Today is the end of the week.
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