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    Asked by andreacha on Monday, January 11, 2021


    I've made a concerted effort to log in everyday to read the latest. I comment when I feel it is appropriate to do so. But I was wondering if we still had Colby as a Moderator. I don't remember seeing anything since his introduction but perhaps I overlooked a post(s).
    For those of you that pray, I'd appreciate a few for my lung biopsy on Wednesday. They've taken me off my Warfarin and are bridging with Lovenox shots. I've never had this procedure before, only kidney biopsies. I have been warned that occasionally a lung can collapse and then I would be admitted. The hospital is full as of now, three quarters of its' beds are occupied with Covid19 patients. I am not looking forward to this. I'm sure some of our community have been through this at some point. If so, is there much pain post procedure? I hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy during this crazy pandemic. I get my first vaccine on Thursday at 6pm!!

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    • JaneA's Avatar

      I don't believe that Colby has posted since then.

      7 days ago
    • MarcieB's Avatar

      I am also curious about our moderator status? This morning I opened my notice from What Next Digest to see I had a *new contact* listed - it was Legaljen69. What? We all know Legaljen has been here over a year and no way is she *NEW* to anyone? And who knew Gabba had been acting as a monitor in the past? Apparently, not anymore?

      Meanwhile - today is Wednesday and I hope it all goes quickly and smooth for Andreacha!

      7 days ago
    • Bug's Avatar

      JustForToday, lovely sentiments.

      MarcieB, the "New Matches For You" have listed veteran WhatNexters for several years. I first noticed that a very long time ago when I posted a "welcome" note to someone and then noticed afterwards that they had joined WN years earlier. Now when I "welcome" someone I make sure to check when they joined first. Maybe the "New Matches" section is computer-generated and not actually done by a person...?

      7 days ago

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