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Hello again it is good to be back

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I joined in Nov 2014 was on for a few days.

 

Then I hurt my left arm and shoulder, it had to be strapped to my body for a few weeks until the new year.

 

I had surgery on the 15th Jan had my rotator cuff tendon repaired also had some of the bone shaved off as I had spurs on it

caused by degenerative arthritis.

 

My arm strapped to my body for three weeks and then physiotherapy for three months.

 

So I am now taking it slowly and doing easy things to start with.

 

My OH has been so good taking over all the :dishes::dusting::shopping::clothesline: and helping me shower and dress for the last six months.

 

I am so glad he is retired it would have been so hard if he had of been still at work.

 

I have been reading along but couldnt type.

 

I have been praying for everyone who needed it over the last six months. :pray:

 

It is so good to be back :hapydancsmil: :hapydancsmil:

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Welcome back home Daisy56! Take it easy on yourself. :hug3:

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Sorry to hear of your ongoing disability. Hope it will heal well.

 

Thank you for praying..... :grouphug:

 

 

MtRider ....hope you can join in fully now!!! :gathering:

Edited by Mt_Rider

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(((Daisy56))) so sorry you have had to endure so much. Praying for you.

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Welcome back! I hope your recovery goes along well now. I had frozen shoulder for a long time, it was as bad pain wise and crippled up and now going on two years my shoulder is coming back much better now. It takes a while. Be very gentle with it. As we age, we have to do that, even when we don't want to. Takes a while.

Finally starting weights again with the left arm and shoulder again now. Stick work and the like to get my flexibility and movement rolling along, daily if I remember. Just walking motion with a decent stride for a bit daily helps too.

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Hiya Daisy56, nice to see you.

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Well I didnt stay for long.

My life was turned upside down in June.

 

 

My DS was found dead in his bed by a friend as he had not turned up for work and was not answering his phone.

His friend called round and knew he was at home as his car was still sitting outside his flat.

So looked through the windows and saw him still in bed so he broke the door down as he wasnt answering

But he already had passed away, he died in his sleep

We know now that James knew nothing of what happened it was so quick in his sleep. He had a massive double haemorrhage

I am glad he did not suffer.James was my only son he was only 39. He never married as he loved travelling all over the world.

He told me once he knew we wasnt going to reach old age that why he lived every minute of his life as if it was his last.

We had people from all over the world come to his funeral service, it was lovely to meet all these people that knew my son and loved him.

It took me awhile to accept that I would never see that smiling face again or have one of his bear hugs he used to give.

I still have some of his friends call in to see if we are okay.

I know the Lord needed him more that me and we will meet again.

 

I will be back in the new year I want to wish everyone a happy new year and may a your wishes come true

 

 

Daisy

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Daisy, I'm so sorry for your loss. :(:hug3:

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