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What are you doing with your day?
November 15, 2016
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They/us decided that it would probably be best since the surgery took longer than they anticipated.  They found a lot more damage than what the MRI showed.  Because the surgery lasted longer the recovery took longer and he was nauseated (and still is a little bit) and the meds they gave him was cutting it.  He was feeling a little bit better and was talking a little bit better by the time I left last night.  He was ready to come home this morning.  Now the fun begins.  We know that it will take time and lots of therapy.  I just hopes that he doesn't try to overdo it.

November 15, 2016
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mamajhk said
They/us decided that it would probably be best since the surgery took longer than they anticipated.  They found a lot more damage than what the MRI showed.  Because the surgery lasted longer the recovery took longer and he was nauseated (and still is a little bit) and the meds they gave him was cutting it.  He was feeling a little bit better and was talking a little bit better by the time I left last night.  He was ready to come home this morning.  Now the fun begins.  We know that it will take time and lots of therapy.  I just hopes that he doesn't try to overdo it.  

happy-flowerI am glad he is coming home, if he starts to over do just remind him of what he went through and does he want to go through it again. 

  "Be kinder than necessary, everyone is fighting some sort of battle."

December 6, 2016
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 I had an interesting day. We made a trek to Walmart to restock on items we need before the weather get to the point where we become hermits. As we were headed to the checkouts, there was a man there from a soft drink company stacking racks of 2 litter soda bottles, just as I passed by, the entire rack fell over and bottles went flying everywhere, on of the bottles hit my foot. It was not very comfortable, in fact it really hurt, the soda guy looked at me and said "sorry bout that". I said, not as sorry as I am, it is my foot. I have a nice bruise, not what I had planned on leaving Walmart with. I have a strong dislike for that particular phrase, he could have asked "are you hurt" or "I am so sorry"--but that phrase means nothing to me when someone has made a mistake, I guess it is the difference in time and age.

         The good thing is, we are ready for Winter.

  "Be kinder than necessary, everyone is fighting some sort of battle."

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