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Thread: Terry Thompson is doing OK now

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    So glad to hear your home Terry and you are doing good. What a shock, so now take care of yourself with a little rest.
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    Very very pleased to here you are home.

    Pray each day you are getting better and better.
    Happy Carving

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    Terry, I'm happy to hear that your home and doing well. The doctors tell me I have a stint for my aorta in my future.

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    Very glad that things went so well for you. Now time to let things heal and enjoy the rest while you can.

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    Glad to know that you are going to be alright - hoping you have a speedy recovery and are back to carving in the near future.


    Steve



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    Thanks again guys. Bill I'm certainly no expert but I beleive mine was reletively small. I was very lucky. I went out to the shop about 6am this morning to turn on the heat. I have a few orders tht I have to get out. Kathy has all but taken the shop keys away from me, but I think I can talk her into letting go out for 5 or 10 minutes at a time. My shop is behind my house but still a block away, so rather than walk I have to drive around. It is still my best form of relaxing.
    So... back to woodworking!!

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    Hi Terry,

    I'm coming in late on this (dang AT&T internet service put me offline for two days!! and I'm still playing catch-up).

    I read the entire thread after Robert D. emailed me this morning letting me know about your heart attack. Glad to know you are now ok, and back in the shop!
    Michael T
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    So ,Happy, that your back !


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