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Went in too the e.r. for a hernia.
Got admitted for something totally different.
Three more days of antibiotics.at home now.

Ain't that a kick in the marbles.





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Good grief. Get well soon! This place wouldn't be the same without you.



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Were you marbles the problem?
 
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Get well soon, bendable.

Yeah the hosptital is a drag.
 
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The kind thoughts are appreciated.

I thought my life was pretty close to sedintary ,
Well it's not active by any means but
I learned the definition of sedimentary
All cooped up in the hospital.





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I thought my life was pretty close to sedintary ,
Well it's not active by any means but
I learned the definition of sedimentary
All cooped up in the hospital.


So very true! I was in the hospital last Dec. 26 thru Jan. 9 with covid related pneumonia. When my wife came to pick me up I was so happy to get out that I cried. Heal well, my friend.


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The kind thoughts are appreciated.

I thought my life was pretty close to sedintary ,
Well it's not active by any means but
I learned the definition of sedimentary
All cooped up in the hospital.


Bendable Shave.


Get well soon, friend.
(maybe the hernia was a blessing in disguise)




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Best wishes for a speedy recovery!


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Yeah buddy! Happiness is the hospital in the rearview mirror, for sure.

Take care.
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Praying for continuing healing my friend…hang in there and keep us updated Smile


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Glad to hear you are on the mend.




 
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Hope you are feeling better.
Sambucol available at Walmart will save you when you feel something coming on.
NAC will protect your lungs.
Glad you are out of the hospital since it is a good place to catch something else. Mad Wink


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Pneumonia takes several months to heal. Follow the doctor's suggestions and you should be fine.
 
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I'm happy to hear you're on the mend, bendable.

Unfortunately, undetected "walking pneumonia" is an issue, especially with older folks, and it can quickly get out of hand. I'm glad they found it when they did, so you get get back to 100%.
 
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Hey bud, I'm glad to hear that you're on the mend and a free man on the streets again!
 
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Wow. Glad you’re feeling better!


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The kind thoughts are appreciated.

I thought my life was pretty close to sedintary ,
Well it's not active by any means but
I learned the definition of sedimentary
All cooped up in the hospital.


I know the feeling. I did almost 6 months in the hospital when I was 14 and 15.
 
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Wow. Glad you’re feeling better!


Totally concur!



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Get well soon!


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