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Old 11-28-2019, 12:58 AM   #83609
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Have any mutants out there had catalyst surgery? I have to have my right eye done and have been told it will be up to two years to get the operation approved and then scheduled through the not too s**t hot health care system we are stuck with up here. I just need to know how long recovery is and whether or not it would be worth my while to jump the que and pay for surgery in Washington state.
Both of us have had both eyes done in the last couple of years . The wait time was minimal and our provincial plan covered it completely. It takes about 15 minutes and you have to take it easy for a day or two. Must be different on the Island!
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Old 11-28-2019, 01:21 AM   #83610
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Both of us have had both eyes done in the last couple of years . The wait time was minimal and our provincial plan covered it completely. It takes about 15 minutes and you have to take it easy for a day or two. Must be different on the Island!
I was told I am on some waiting list and it may be a year or two before I get the procedure.
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Gobble, Gobble, Gobble....

Happy Thanksgiving Mutants, and remember, you've got the rest of your life to diet, enjoy today. Mary and I are so Thankful for so many blessings which include being a part of this group. Pass the dressing please and the giblet gravy, and the sweet Tatar pie oh and just a small sliver of that peacon pie and oh my what a tasty baked ham and just a small amount of that casarols and toss in a buttered roll and sweet tea and.........
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Happy Thanksgiving to all our Mutant Friends, and Tim...

Queen Ann said: Tim, Mary must be treating you GOOD...

T.T. said: She cant wait to visit the new "GOLDEN" child... Name? Goldie Locks

We are so thankful for so many blessings, including our Mutant Family...
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What a perfect dog for you two. Thick curls for Earlene to run her fingers through and a retriever to fetch Wayne's slippers!

Just wondering, what size Sir Cumferance would be? Z8Z maybe?
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Nah, ZZ Top at the most.
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Have any mutants out there had catalyst surgery? I have to have my right eye done and have been told it will be up to two years to get the operation approved and then scheduled through the not too s**t hot health care system we are stuck with up here. I just need to know how long recovery is and whether or not it would be worth my while to jump the que and pay for surgery in Washington state.

Earlene had cataract surgery just a few months ago. As stated, about a 15 minute operation. Next day patch was removed and a patch was worn at night to keep from scratching. The patch is left off during the day. She said that (OMG) her eyesight improved.

I may need it done sometime in the future. I'm also tired of trying to stomp that little bug that keeps appearing when I glance sideways and the straight ahead. He shows up and disappears.

Uh, catalyst??
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Happy Thanksgiving to all of you Muties near and far.

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I also offer a Happy Thanksgiving to all my mutant friends and acquaintances! Now I'm off with the birds to go over my sisters to eat a bird!!!
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I am going to train it to fetch a dish of food without guzzling it. That way I don't have to get up out of my chair.



Pretty soon the bra on the front of the MH will have a different purpose.



Earlene had cataract surgery just a few months ago. As stated, about a 15 minute operation. Next day patch was removed and a patch was worn at night to keep from scratching. The patch is left off during the day. She said that (OMG) her eyesight improved.

I may need it done sometime in the future. I'm also tired of trying to stomp that little bug that keeps appearing when I glance sideways and the straight ahead. He shows up and disappears.

Uh, catalyst??


Those bugs are floaters, nothing to do with cataracts.... sorry, that is the vitreous fluid shrinking....
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We're just around the corner from exit 12 and Fortuna at the Adobe Village park on Payson. Swing by and say Hi next time you come in for laundry or supplies. The access roads are much smoother than Dateland...
Fear not! The next time you come to Dateland Iíll meet you just north of the exit and lead you thru the abandoned airport. About 25% of that route is concrete and most of the rest is good gravel.the only time I take the frontage road is when it's raining heavily.

That is if we donít get blown away tonight. Iím sure glad weíre parked on the north side of Connie. The winds are scary!
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We’ve had a productive Turkey day. Neither Bob or I are much into holidays so we worked on Connie. I am so thankful for the gifts of his time, tools and talent that Bob has loaned me. His help with Connie is transforming my dream into reality. Oh yeah, I’m thankful for all the rest of you Muties, too. How else would I afford the non stop comedy show?
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Weíve had a productive Turkey day. Neither Bob or I are much into holidays so we worked on Connie. I am so thankful for the gifts of his time, tools and talent that Bob has loaned me. His help with Connie is transforming my dream into reality. Oh yeah, Iím thankful for all the rest of you Muties, too. How else would I afford the non stop comedy show?


The progress that you and Bob are making is awesome!
Isnít Bob actually RVM Saint Tool-Man-Bob?

Here in Tucson, we only ate WAY too much, and didnít get the promised rain. But the wind is going to pick up tonight!

Happy Thanksgiving RVMs!
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