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Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Ric Easton, Feb 11, 2014.
Good luck. I'm sure it will go smoothly.
All my best wishes and positive thoughts for you, Mike. And, of course, Peggy, who will be important in your recovery!
Best wishes to you, Mike!
Mike, may your recovery be swift and complete. You have a lot of folks in your corner.
Here's to swift and uncomplicated recovery Mike! I have no doubt you'll be back on your feet in no time!!!!
Best wishes for a speedy recovery Mike. Looking forward to seeing your posts on HTF soon.
Good luck, Mike! I am actually having a mesh put in in a couple of weeks myself (I've got a hernia that Pluto could fit through). Hopefully they've improved the technology since you got yours.
I just got the Ultimate Three Stooges set for my birthday, so I'll have something to keep me busy during recovery.
I'll be thinking of you Mike and wishing you a speedy a recovery.
Good luck, Mike, I will pray that the surgery is a success. I've had quite a few surgeries myself, and it's always a bit nerve wracking in the run-up. Just remember that if you cannot sleep the night before the surgery, don't worry about it. You don't have to do anything the day of the surgery except show up.
Wishing you the best, TJ
Keeping a good thought for you.
I always think in the future when the things over and I've recovered. that gets me through so much.
Best of luck!
Best wishes Mike!
Best of luck to you Mike, we are all pulling for ya!
Well, this non-tech person will try to
Post an image using the HTF app and his phone...from his hospital bed.
Thanks to each and every one of you for your support. Here I am with my special visitor--therapy dog King.
Thanks for the post and the pic!
My dogs have relieved my stress and promoted faster recovery from various illnesses more times than I can count. I'm happy that hospitals and other health care facilities have finally realized what a great benefit they are.
Wishing you a speedy recovery!
Rest up and best of luck with the recovery!
Now, just take it easy (like you have a choice?) and heal!
(Not heel. That's for the other guy to do.)
Nice photo -- glad to hear you're in recovery. Hang in there, Mike.