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ellierat
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posted June 23, 2004 05:06 PM      Profile for ellierat         
Sorry everyone, complications in the line to heart, gotta go back to hospital, see you when I get out.

Ta TA. [Frown] [Frown]

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posted June 23, 2004 05:08 PM      Profile for BreeZy/sheltiepups   Author's Homepage         
Good Luck! I hope everything turns out ok!!

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posted June 23, 2004 09:55 PM      Profile for DaxAriel's toy         
You better start looking after yourself better!!! What would we do without you.

I hope you're back home by now & resting.

Best wishes for speedy recovery - it's got to be driving you nuts to be laid up.

Posts: 748 | From: Edmonton AB Canada | Registered: Mar 2004
ellierat
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posted June 24, 2004 12:29 PM      Profile for ellierat         
Hi! everyone, I am here but hubby is typing for me, isn't he wonderful. [Smile]
It is a blood clot, I'm going to be fine, thanks for your concern.

You are great [Big Grin]

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sgour
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posted June 24, 2004 01:28 PM      Profile for sgour         
You're so dedicated! Still educating us while you are sick. You are a true dog lover that's for sure:).

Get some rest, and get well soon.

Shannon

[ June 24, 2004, 01:29 PM: Message edited by: sgour ]

Posts: 51 | From: South Bend, IN | Registered: May 2004
weimlover0816
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posted June 24, 2004 06:52 PM      Profile for weimlover0816         
Roslynd and I wish you a speedy recovery!!! Take care of yourself!!!!!!!

[Cool]

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posted June 24, 2004 06:56 PM      Profile for sambucca/whiskey         
Whiskey and I cant waut till you feel better.
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posted June 24, 2004 08:58 PM      Profile for DaxAriel's toy         
Susan, it's thrusday nite and you haven't signed on for a while after you got back. I hope you are feeling better. Clots are nothing to fool around with.

Relax and take her easy.

Best.

Dagmar

Posts: 748 | From: Edmonton AB Canada | Registered: Mar 2004
ellierat
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posted June 25, 2004 12:00 AM      Profile for ellierat         
Hi, I am fine, I can type now, they have taken all the lines, needles etc out of my arms and hands, gosh I wouldn't want to drink too much or I will sprinkle like a fountain. [Big Grin] lol.
I had a brain scan, Hubby recons there was nothing in there anyway. lol. I did give him kick for that. The clot runs from my left elbow up to my shoulder, but it has stopped now, and they are giving me injections in the stomach now, to thin my blood, wow, what a saga, we say over here it got bigger than Ben Hur(the movie).lol. I'm not so fast at the moment, but I will catch up. Gonna go check the posts, do some reading, then my emails. feeling heaps better, thanks everyone. [Smile]

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Barbara Smith
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posted June 25, 2004 06:42 PM      Profile for Barbara Smith         
Ellierat, sorry to hear you were in the hospital! Glad you're home and feeling better! Tell hubby to take good care of you.

Sambucca, if you'll send her some of your whiskey, she'll be feeling no pain!

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ellierat
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posted June 25, 2004 09:57 PM      Profile for ellierat         
Whisky is Sambuca's dog, lol, but I will have a shot of Jim Beam, when they put the line in my arm it had two tubes to attach to, we were joking that one was for the Jim Beam, the other for the Coke, that way I wouldn't have to lift a finger. lol.
Thanks Barbara, I'm fine, check your email!!!

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posted June 27, 2004 03:14 PM      Profile for scooter         
Man, I leave for a few days and all heck breaks loose......j/k

Sorry your having to go through that and speedy recovery to you!!!!

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ellierat
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posted June 27, 2004 03:43 PM      Profile for ellierat         
Thanks Scooter, it all became a bit sureal, I went in for an eye infection and came home with a blood clot.
[Frown]

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posted June 27, 2004 03:49 PM      Profile for sambucca/whiskey         
Well I'm glad Whiskey gotta good line going he would be glad to give kisses but has no idea what his name stands for.
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Karen
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posted June 27, 2004 05:24 PM      Profile for Karen         
Just read about your ordeal. That is some way to get out of cooking.....but hospital food?
Love Hugs Prayers to you Kid

Posts: 66 | From: Massachusettes USA | Registered: Feb 2004
ellierat
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posted June 27, 2004 06:55 PM      Profile for ellierat         
When in the hospital that's all the day revolved around, food times, I took painstaking minutes, checking and rechecking my menu choices for the next day, lol. The lady next to me was very old and almost bedridden, so I would sit with her and do the same with her choices, then when food time came we would hear the trolly and try to guess what we had ordered.
Soooo boring, she was going crazy too, very nice lady, she didn't want me to go, although I have visited her twice since, on my return trips back and forwards.

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