• I posted another blog post describing my day of surgery and recovery after this latest diagnosis

    Asked by GregP_WN on Wednesday, February 12, 2020

    I posted another blog post describing my day of surgery and recovery after this latest diagnosis

    Today is two weeks and one day out from that day. It's amazing how fast the human body will recover. I never dreamed I would have come this far so fast. Compared to my previous most serious operation 11 years ago, this one was supposed to be much more serious, much harder to recover from with some serious possible complications. I guess I hit the lotto on this one because so far I've not had any complications and I appear to be healing faster than expected. So far, so good! Here is a link to that article on our blog page. >> http://bit.ly/31Pwse3

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    • andreacha's Avatar
      andreacha

      You truly are an inspiration. I thought that what I had gone through was horrendous but in comparison, it was a hangnail. I know you and Donna are glad to be home. There are going to be a lot of "news" for you but I'm confident that you can handle what they throw at you. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.

      4 days ago
    • Kebohs' Avatar
      Kebohs

      I’m so happy to hear your doing so well. It’s wonderful to see you posting. You are such an inspiration to us all. Keeping you in my prayers for continued healing. Many bkessings

      about 13 hours ago
    • Danfan714's Avatar
      Danfan714

      Go Greg. It IS amazing what our bodies can withstand and overcome. A positive attitude such as yours truly helps. I'm on Team Greg. Sending healing light and positive energy your way.

      about 8 hours ago

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