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Saturday, January 26, 2019
Sounds like you’re in very good hands. I like how the surgery is done in 2 stages, over a couple of days. The surgeon sounds very experienced.
I have faith that your surgery will be a success. I believe your body has excellent healing/regenerating ability.
Wishing you the very Best, you’ll be in my prayers
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Thank you! I am pretty sure they’ve discovered that two minimally invasive surgeries are better than one, cut you wide open! But you have to have the skill and on that note…
Well, this is incredible. This surgeon must be VERY confident because he takes responsibility, all through his paperwork. He states the outcome (and the risks) are tied to the SKILL OF THE SURGEON in several places.
The other factor is smoking… smokers don’t fare very well but other that that, I’ll be good to go.
It does say I cant do very much… bend, twist, squat, (GARDEN) for three months. But I can drive within a month, assuming it goes well and it will!
I am his tornado patient, see? When I told the PA which day we met, she was stunned. Face chat, this was. I could see her reaction.
It’s was an infamous day, here. made personal by his choice to drive to work in that. He’s nuts and so am I.
But I liked her a lot. She told me she would be in my room after surgery; she wanted to me to say, “I know that girl!” It’s pretty cool.
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Saturday, January 26, 2019
It’s such a bonus when we like our health carer’s personally and professionally. The good vibes/feelings towards one another, bring an additional positive energy to the process 🙂
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Thursday, October 3, 2019
Thank you! That’s my intention!
It is going well. Everyone involved is being super-great.
Yesterday, I spoke with a pharmacist at express-scripts. It was hilarious.
I wound up telling her, while she was trying to un-fuck a prescription, my little dog was over peeing on the neighbor’s lettuce in his garden, and nailing his tomato plant too. I was standing on the deck…. tied due to a land line, observing this.
She asked what kind of dog, because a peeing troublemaker. I told her he was an Irish dog, a Glen Imaal Terrior, who was famous in the old days, for sitting up and turning meat on a spit.
Legend has it and the legend is true!
But my husband… we’ll we’re Italian, so there is feud with the Irish… Man, she was laughing her head off.
It very cool. Reminded me how easy it is to make friends, if you just get out there and live and be yourself.
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Thursday, February 20, 2014
Sunday, January 19, 2014
Always good wishes for a successful operation and speedy and complete recovery. Seems you will be in good and experienced hands.
Was reading up on things astrological and found this that some may find of interest…All the vertebrae are ruled by astrological signs. Libra, ruled by Venus is the ruler of the general Lumbar vertebrae of L1 to L5.
L2 vertebrae is ruled by the SECOND decan of the Virgo sign (Capricorn, ruled by Saturn), also by Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn and the Aquarius sign…nerve supply goes to (5 listed internal parts omitted here) muscles of the legs and partial dislocation of this vertebrae must necessarily lead to diseases of these parts and causes (5 listed diseases/disorders omitted here) lameness and various disorders.
L3 vertebrae is ruled by the THIRD decan of the Virgo sign (Taurus, ruled by Venus) also by Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn and the Aquarius sign…nerve supply goes to (10 listed internal parts omitted here) anterior muscles of the thighs and to the knees and partial dislocation of this vertebrae will tend to disease and afflictions in these parts and organs. (See these subjects)…Which we will not, only to say Capricorn rules the bones and Sagittarius rules the hips (Saturn and Jupiter ruled respectively, also the two planets applicable to the frequently mentioned maladys). Thought it was kind of interesting, feel free to delete if you wish. (Data gleaned from Encyclopedia of Medical Astrology by H.L. Cornell)
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