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Old 10-18-2012, 06:12 PM   #113
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I just woke up from a daymare nap. The last time I took a Vic was 8PM the night before. I dreamed we were at a spot where they used to have sand drags. Everything underneath my MH was falling off. Wires were hanging down and sparking. A heavy un-known module was on the ground. Something on top of the rear springs was pulled through the bolt. Water was dripping from somewhere on the right side. I found a wet evap cooler pump hanging loose. My ex-room mate dropped some scrambled eggs and was tearing apart the cupboard to get at them. He started the genny and immediately turned on the microwave. The genny struggled and surged and I told him if he ever did that again, he would never set foot in my MH again. He was moving some furniture laminate on one side of the room and the radio on the other side was all static. The last thing I remember was raising a 3" vise over my head to crush his skull.

It's only a dream Dunner. It's only a dream Dunner. It's only a dream Dunner. I'm good now.
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Note to self.... Don't go camping with Dunner.
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Old 10-18-2012, 08:07 PM   #115
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Over 10 years old.... Hmmmm.......
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Old 10-18-2012, 11:57 PM   #116
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Hi Dunner, I just got back on here from a trip and saw your first post. I was shocked to say the least. Thank goodness everything is looking better. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers to help insure a complete recovery. What a remakable change from the first horrific first post to now. You have my best wishes for a full recovery. PLEASE keep us updated.
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Thx. It was a bit scary at first, especially after the first CT scan. The meds the hospital gave me are still making me feel "weird", but I'm slowly getting back to my old self. It's hell getting old lol.
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Thx. It was a bit scary at first, especially after the first CT scan. The meds the hospital gave me are still making me feel "weird", but I'm slowly getting back to my old self. It's hell getting old lol.
It's a whole lot better than the alternative !!!
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Anyway, I called the Para-medics and they strongly advised me to go to ER with a Pulse Rate of 98. Is that too high of for a PR for a 135X5.6 body size? No, Dunner hasn't lost his $mart a$$ attitude. I've had a normal PR of 115-120+ before without any ill effects and felt fine.

A CT scan showed a small stroke at the base of my brain. Lung CT and brain MRI some time Sunday, 10/14. It's almost 7:;AM, S/unday,10/14 as I type this. PR is still whatt they call high, hopefully it is because of the Vicoden for a compressed L4-L5 and being in an ER. Having para-medics in my living room didn't help..
Dunner, Wishing you the best. Get well soon.
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Mr Dunner ~ add me to the list of wishing you the best.
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I feel pretty much the way I did before all this happened. Thanks for all the well wishes. It's almost like hospital food, drugs, fluids, etc are foreign to my body and I have to flush them out or let them wear off before I feel right again.
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Well I guess I could be your dune driving chauffeur... It'll be driving Mr. Dunner.
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Been about a week now Dunner, still holding out okay?
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