Thursday, February 7, 2013

With the Right Medical Care You'll Be Just Fine - A Wish for Rev. Paul

Go on over and send some well wishes to someone who has been a wonderful friend to many of us,  Rev. Paul

He is recovering from heart surgery for a blockage that would not have been discovered but for him waking up upside down in his totaled vehicle, unhurt for for small nicks from the glass as he crawled out of it.  In checking him out, the docs found artery  blockage that could have taken his life had it not been caught. There was no damage to the heart muscle and the blockage has been fixed completely.  He is surrounded by well wishes and family but a little extra care and prayers never hurts.

Be thankful for the small miracles in your life, including the ones you hug as they leave the house.

9 comments:

  1. That's very well said, Lady. Thank you for those occasional e-hugs, too. :)

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  2. Yep, good out of bad... Thankfully!!!

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  3. Rev. Paul, I don't know you well, but your comments everywhere are always wise and kind. Please accept my sincerest wishes for a rapid recovery. May you feel God's blessings and strength with you daily.

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  4. Mysterious ways, indeed!

    Take it easy. Don't get behind nor ahead of the rehab program. And when you feel stress, apply the talent for perspective that comes through on your website.

    And (to further exercise my sense of the obvious) make sure people you care about buckle up. It's a highly pro-survival behavior with almost no downside.

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  5. Will do... he's good folks...

    Dann in Ohio

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  6. Rev Paul - thank you for dropping some email info from the hospital and please give Sam a big hug for me, as I know she, and her sis and Mom are worried.

    You are in our prayers.

    Old NFO - indeed

    Jane - one of the finer people out there, good family, good folks.
    Thanks for the kind word.

    Ad Absudium - good advice.

    Dann - Thank you.

    I'm on the road tomorrow (oh joy winter storm Nemo!) Hopefully I will be home for a nice weekend attempting to build a ham radio, baking something and likely blowing up something in the garage (Damn British electrons!)

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  7. Rev Paul - thank you for dropping some email info from the hospital and please give Sam a big hug for me, as I know she, and her sis and Mom are worried.

    You are in our prayers.

    Old NFO - indeed

    Jane - one of the finer people out there, good family, good folks.
    Thanks for the kind word.

    Ad Absudium - good advice.

    Dann - Thank you.

    I'm on the road tomorrow (oh joy winter storm Nemo!) Hopefully I will be home for a nice weekend attempting to build a ham radio, baking something and likely blowing up something in the garage (Damn British electrons!)

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  8. The good Rev. is a terrific friend I only know from the I'net.
    Much as you are.
    Prayers and good thoughts his way.

    gfa

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  9. Just got back from the Rev's blog, following your instructions (it's what we sergeant's do). Started following Rev Paul fairly recently, thanks to you Brigid. I think we're all glad that he's on the mend and a potentially fatal thing was found early on.

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