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Thread: It is great to be back

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    Wink It is great to be back

    I have not been on the forum for about 4 month now and it is so good to be back ,Iwas taken to hospital in september with jaundice and feeling very unwell. the end result being that I have had a liver transplant,I have been given a second chance at life and I am so grateful to everyone involved.I will be home for christmas with my family and life is sooooooo good.Ilook forward to catching up with all the news and all the lovely work that you all do and from that I WILL GET MORE INSPIRATION TO GET BETTER

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    So glad you are feeling better. Best wishes.

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    Oh wow Ruthy! So glad your back, and how fortunate for you to have found a donor. Keep warm under a quilt and take care of yourself!!!
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

    Sue

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    Glad your back and getting better everyday!
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    So glad they caught your problem in time and that a donor was available! Welcome back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rutthy View Post
    I have not been on the forum for about 4 month now and it is so good to be back ,Iwas taken to hospital in september with jaundice and feeling very unwell. the end result being that I have had a liver transplant,I have been given a second chance at life and I am so grateful to everyone involved.I will be home for christmas with my family and life is sooooooo good.Ilook forward to catching up with all the news and all the lovely work that you all do and from that I WILL GET MORE INSPIRATION TO GET BETTER

    Glad to hear that you are better. You might want to consider starting a blog here on the Board to keep everyone updated on your progress. Blog is new on the new format and is a great way to keep friends informed. You can start with this first post by using the Blog this Post button right below your original post. Best wishes.
    Nancy in western NY

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    Stay strong! I work in a hospital and still I am amazed with what all is being done! Things that we never thought could be cured not so long ago is every day practice now! Prayers for a quick recovery.

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    Glad to hear that you are feeling better. Wishing you a speedy recovery & a Merry Christmas.

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    Glad you are back home and feeling better. prayers for you to stay well.

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    It is so good to have you back and healthy too
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