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    I am home

    Got out of the hospital today after another 5'days
    The awakening might be out for the first time.
    Using a walker for now, but it doesn't look like
    I will be steady steady enough without one.
    Dr upped my marijuana to 15 grams from 5 a day to get my 02 into the 90's
    Getting funny looks from neighbours when I smoke on the porch
    My 22 yr old is teaching me how to roll the joints
    Just another father son bonding.
    Hope to be able to get down south in June or July to bum rides from George and Stan. Someone will be missing their maple cookies for a few months

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    Glad to hear you are home Ed. Hang in there.

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    Likewise, glad you're home. Sorry it's been a rough go.
    "I don't have time to get into it, but he went through a lot." -Pulp Fiction

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    feel better Ed
    When the sky is grey,look out to sea.
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    well raise a glass and think of me...
    When I'm home again,
    boys, I'll be buying!

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    Ed, good news, glad to heard you are home.

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    I see the hospital say has impacted your sense of humour Ed!

    Great that you are home and hopefully on the mend. Thoughts with you.

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    Get well Ed!
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    Hey Ed, is 5 days of your constant talking all the nurses can stand ? Take care of yourself.

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    Hang in there Ed!! Glad you are home.


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    Good to see you home Ed. If you are like me you have had enough of hospitals.

    I'll race you to see who splashes first.

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    Good to hear your home Ed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Donnelly View Post
    My 22 yr old is teaching me how to roll the joints
    Just another father son bonding.
    This cracked me up.
    Pretty sure it wasn't on your list of things to do with your son when he was growing up.
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    Glad you're home ED!
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    Great to hear of your progress Ed . After any stay in the hospital returning home is very liberating and uplifting .

    And even though I'm not a stoner and fighting for the reform of MJ laws (and I'm not against them) I'm very glad that you are able to find relief in the stuff . I can just imagine me having to show either of my parents how to handle papers and roll a joint , it would be the Spanish Inquisition revisited
    Just because something's old doesn't mean you throw it away !

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    Good news on getting home Ed. Hope that your recovery is swift and you are feeling better soon.

    When you come see George let me know. I'd love to catch up with both of you. i owe George a visit and that would be a good excuse to drive up. I might even have a motor back in my boat by then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan's Cloud View Post
    Great to hear of your progress Ed . After any stay in the hospital returning home is very liberating and uplifting .

    And even though I'm not a stoner and fighting for the reform of MJ laws (and I'm not against them) I'm very glad that you are able to find relief in the stuff . I can just imagine me having to show either of my parents how to handle papers and roll a joint , it would be the Spanish Inquisition revisited
    It's a shame the stuff can't be consumed in a manner that has fewer sociological overtones.
    I don 't understand the benefits, but if it helps........
    There're so many drugs that are abused, yet brings great relief to folks that are truly in need of them.
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