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fedester
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Joined: Jul 2004

happy holidays semis.
well i came home xmas days. very big and extensiv e surgery. was suppose to be 4-6 hrs but it went 9 hrs. recovery was rough. a lot of pain. bright side it was done lapriscopetic. had to put 17 small holes. when i went in i put it all in his hands the man upstairs. thanks semis for all your prayers. still alittle out of it and still fihghting the pain. hope to get on later agian.
never,never, give up
be well
bruce

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chynabear
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Joined: Jul 2005

welcome home, Bruce! What a great xmas present.

17 holes? Wow, one more and you could have became a golf course (sorry, that was bad).

In spite of it taking 9 hours and painful recovery, did things go well?

I pray for a speedy recovery!

Tricia

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valeriec
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Joined: Oct 2006

Dear Bruce,
sorry to hear that the surgery was so long and that you have had a rough recovery. But, what a blesssing to come home on Christmas day. Now you can rest and recover at home. Despite all the complications, was the surgery successful? I'm praying for a speedy recovery and a healthy new year for you. I like your motto.."Never, Never give up!!"
God Bless,
ValerieC

HowardJ
Posts: 484
Joined: Jan 2005

Yikes, Bruce--sounds like you had a rough one!

I wish you a speedy, uneventful recovery.

Happy New Year!

Howard

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kangatoo
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Joined: Feb 2004

G'day Bruce.....geez mate...sounds like you have had a rough xmas too.All the best from us here and we do hope that you find your way to a speedy recovery.
Ross n Jen

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nanuk
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Joined: Dec 2003

Hi Bruce: sounds like they ventilated you pretty good..write and give us all the gory details when you are feeling better. God speed, peace & light..bud

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JADot
Posts: 720
Joined: Jan 2006

Hi Bruce,

That was quite the ordeal you just went through! I wish you a speedy recovery!

Ying

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Kanort
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Joined: Jan 2004

Hi Bruce,

I am so happy that you are now recovering at home. Hopefully, the pain will lessen with each passing day. Please know I'm wishing you the best.

Hugs,

Kay

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Russell05
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Joined: Nov 2006

Hey Bruce, welcome home. Sorry the pain is tuff. But hey your still here and still fighting. And as you said you put it in the right hands.

Hugs, Russell

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