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Old 11-27-2008, 04:13 AM   #57
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Again I thank all of you for the 'well wishes', kind words, and prayers that have been so thoughtfully posted. I've just finished my 'three days' of no driving, no lifting, and light activity and am looking forward to getting out and doing a little more.

I've been feeling fine and arrangements have been made for a cardiac rehabilitation program to start in about 10 days or so and runs for 12 weeks. Looks like that takes care of going to Florida for the winter.... but we were having difficulty finding a place to stay in the area we wanted anyway. So be it.

Before the heart attack we had planned to spend this Thanksgiving week with my oldest son and his wife in the DC area and attend his 'pin on' ceremony for Lt. Colonel in the Air Force. But the no driving moratorium took care of those plans and now we've been invited over to a close friends for dinner.

I'd like to wish each and everyone of you a great Thanksgiving Day and again I thank you for all the concern expressed for me. I have a lot to be thankful for this year.
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Old 11-27-2008, 07:47 AM   #58
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So glad to hear that you are doing better. I can relate to some of the things you must be going thru. ( I now have a extra hole in my head - A tracheostomy tube - which has caused a change in our plans also). Take it easy and enjoy.

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Old 11-27-2008, 03:54 PM   #59
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Very surprised to see this post. Hope you have a speedy recovery and please remember to follow the doctors instructions. No need to over do it.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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Old 11-27-2008, 05:17 PM   #60
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Blessing on your recovery. If tour three stents do what mine did you will probably feel better and more energetic than you have in years.
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Glad to hear you are doing better and are home. Take it easy and have a speedy recovery.
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I just stumbled across this thread tonight. We were out of town for Thanksgiving with limited online access, so I haven't kept up. I'm glad to hear you are on the mend. Unless that's a new hospital, it is likely the one my father and I were born in many years ago. I haven't been back since '77, but would prefer to drive compared to going by med-evac. Listen to the doctors and therapists and do what they say. My father went through the same thing about 20 years ago in Montgomery, but came out of it a changed man. But we still found a smoldering cigarette in his office occasionally.
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