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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-07-2007, 07:16 AM Thread Starter
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Well I'm back after a 12 day stint in the hospital. Got a bumbed elbow had a hemotoma which is the blood collected in the joint. I'm finally getting use from my right arm can't type to much though. I had a infection so they sent me home with a port so I can still administer my antibonic for the next 4 days did have infection but that was with the leg again. Thanks for the phone calls and emails from the members here . Makes me feel really welcomed and to know all of you care. Makes my days of recovery go faster. A happy cry.

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Glenmore,

So glad to know you are on the road to recovery. You have been missed and we hope you will be back to your old self real soon.

Take care and follow the Dr.'s instructions.
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Welcome back Glenmore, here is to a speedy recovery.

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WELCOME BACK Glenmore, It's time to stop fooling around with hospitals and such, and get back to working WOOD. Best Regards Woodnut65
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Well Glenmore, you had Terry (Visteonguy) and me pretty worried. I was just about to send out the mounties to look for you. I'm glad you are on the mend and hopefully back to woodworking again soon.

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Glad you're back Glenmore. Keep well.

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Glad you are mending Glenmore. Welcome back and take care of yourself.

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Hang in there buddy! Make sure you get better before you worry about typing...

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Welcome back Glenmore.

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Glenmore I am so glad to hear you are on the mend. Hope you get better and better and better.




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