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Pausing car work for a while.

February 13 2018 at 5:49 AM

Bill  (Login bbogue)

Removal of a suspected (benign) meningioma from my brain next week means a pause in work on my 61 TBird. Thanks to you guys on this forum she runs pretty sweet and I’ve had several long uneventful drives lately. Lots of smiles, honks and waves. The outlook is positive so no need to be morbid. But I read/will read this forum every day as therapy to recover from whatever deficits occur from the surgery. I very much enjoy the technical discussions and occasional humor. Keep it up guys.


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(Login wwyin62)

best of luck

February 13 2018, 5:58 AM 

to you & we will keep you in our prayers.

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Leny Mason
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This is a big hug

February 13 2018, 6:00 AM 

It is scary I have been there some what, think positive thoughts and We will be Praying for you. Leny Mason

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(Login cliffrod)

Take care, Bill

February 13 2018, 6:22 AM 

Will keep you in my prayers as well. Take care.
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(Login 4828Stangman)

Good luck

February 13 2018, 7:44 AM 

We will be thinking about ya Bill good luck. Leave the nurses alone😄

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(Login 427kevin)

Best wishes

February 13 2018, 8:05 AM 

Prayers and Best wishes for a full and fast recovery.

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Jerald White
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Pausing car work

February 13 2018, 8:50 AM 

Not a frequent poster, just a reader. I felt compelled to respond to your post as I am about one year out from this very same surgery. it went fine but for three things. It was tangled in a mass of blood vessels, which took my surgery from 2.5 hours to almost 6. My kidneys shut down while still in recovery and never came back, so in dialysis now three days per week. Not fun. Retained all my memory but lost much balance. First two weeks, wheel chair. Then walker, then and up to now using a cane. Good luck to you, if it was malignant it would be lights out for both of us!

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(Login lhstanford)

Things can always be worse, right?

February 13 2018, 9:46 AM 

My younger brother has recovered pretty darn well since his similar surgery 15 years ago. I'll keep positive thoughts for you Bill. You too Jerald.

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