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  1. #2091
    Quote Originally Posted by astroannie View Post
    Oh my, I'm so sorry. I hope you're doing better now.
    Two days in cardiac ICU because of pulse rate and blood pressure complications, I'm home now. Still on the nitro drip, but things are improving.


  2. #2092
    Glad you're improving.
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    Cat was acting funny, went to scoop him up and he kicked the utter [BEJEEZUS] out of my hand, made about a two-inch cut. Left him alone for a bit, and now he's sleeping on my stomach and purring his little heart out.
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  4. #2094
    14 hr shifts. Dark when I leave, dark on the drive home, and it's Summer.

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    My daughter-in-law is due January 22, 2017.
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  6. #2096
    Two days ago I cut off a fairly noticeable chunk on the left-ish tip of my let thumb.

    Not even towards the bone. Sideways. Boom, gone.

    Wrapping a bandage tight enough to stop the bleeding hurt like hell and I almost fainted. Thankfully the bleeding stopped and I could put on a much softer nicer loose wrapping.

    And as all of you know I am left handed, and the nerves still overreact too much for me to use most of that hand. Eating, writing, drawing, and personal hygiene are now incredibly difficult to coordinate with only my right hand.

    I wonde if it will heal flat? Hmm.
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  7. #2097
    Ow! I hurt my dominant thumb pretty bad once when I was about 12. I was a thumb-sucker then and subbed in my index knuckle for the duration.
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  8. #2098
    Fingers have a lot of nerves, they really hurt. Years ago chopping wood for the stove I managed to take off the top of my left middle finger. I was wearing loose leather work gloves and cut the tips right off three of the glove fingers, luckily it was only my middle one that stuck up far enough to catch it for real but there was enough blood and pain I couldn't tell, and didn't want to take the glove off It was a Sunday afternoon, and the local GP sewed the piece back on, slightly imperfectly, but a 'good enough to use' job; thank you doctor. You have my commiserations, Crowley; one finger typing?
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    about to set of to gig on a 1000'cc kwaka....this might be my last post....
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