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Vivian Galad

i got sick, so i,m out a bit.

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Glad to here you are starting to feel better. I know how you feel about being back home. And as was repeated above there are many who miss you and want you back.

David B

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Medics decide to hold me till Sunday. Very tiresome, cause I havê still to receive some medicine on my veins. I havê no more places to be needled. At least I havê a date.....

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I am also glad you have a definite date.  I will be going in next week for 3 weeks but like you I  do not like the alternative.  May you be well and happy.

David B

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Nice to hear you'll be going home soon Vivian. Continue to to look after yourself - your ship will be waiting patiently (pardon the pun) exactly where you left her. :)

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Hello Vivian,Glad to hear your getting better,sending prayers, and positive thoughts from way up north to add  support to your wellness and health,Edwin and the Admiral.

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Hi Vivian,

 

I hope that you continue to improve. Hating the hospital is always a good sign that you are getting better.

 

If they do not let you out on time we can organize an armada of tiny wooden ships and sail from all over the world to break you out.

 

Good luck on getting home.

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Would be a sight to remember, Jack. Just now I'm waiting for my doctor to let me out.

Sounds like you think of him more as a "jailer" Vivian, but I think we can all understand the feeling. Hope your "freedom" is granted soon, with a clean bill of health. :)

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The only thing to keep me here now is my medic. He'll be here tomorrow 6pm if he's a man of his words. Well, he failed one or two already, so....

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Well. Turns out I´m back home. After 21 days on the hospital, 14 days of 0 diet and 2 surgeries that left me looking like a viking who got the wrong side of the axe, I can get back to my ships. It was hard - part of the time there was so many wires and drains and tubes on me that I thought it would never end. Part of the time I couldn´t think right away too, and things got very confuse. Thanks to the kind of medicine I still have to take, I could get home, but part of the medics would keep me there for more 21 days - I say nothing is like home to bring us up and well.

 

Wish to thank every single good thought sent my way. Every word helped me to keep up and see there´s a World full outside, with people ready to wish me well. Many hugs and kisses to all of you.

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