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Old 10-01-2013, 20:16   #31
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Re: Don Lucas in Hospital - a little Get Well

Don

Welcome back to the world of the living - and the sailing!

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Old 10-01-2013, 20:20   #32
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Hey Don,

Get well soon.

We mailed in our mooring deposit to Hawthorne Cove Marina today. I'll keep a sharp eye out for you this spring.
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Well, well, well! Thanks for all the well wishes!

I truly can not seem able to keep track of the all the nurses! This hospital doesn't seem to have any old ones .

It does seem a little dangerous to have young, cute nurses shaving private areas and giving sponge baths to old guys with heart problems. But if you have to go ................
Don, Best wishes for a speedy recovery, but THIS THREAD IS USELESS WITHOUT PICTURES (of the nurses of course!)

And drink more RED wine!
My blood pressure (at 67) is less than when I was 21.
Back then it was 120 over 70, and recently at a vision check (wtf?) it was 120 over 60.
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Old 10-01-2013, 20:32   #34
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Glad you are doing well Don.

Careful of the body cavity search......
She's one of the Thai nurses at the Bangkok-Phuket Hospital. I saw her yesterday when I had my colonoscopy.

Oh yeah, get well soon big guy!
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Cheers mate, take care.....
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Re: Don Lucas in Hospital - a little Get Well

Keerist almighty! Some guys will do anything to get out of fixing a busted head. I'll stop by your boat while your still in the hospital and relieve you of all the beer to help out n your recovery.

Really, get well dude and watch out for the sexy nurse with the mustache.
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Don,

you should be happy, only four hours and this thread already has 36 posts Almost as popular as an anchor thread.

Best to you, hope your recovery is easy and quick.
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Get well man!

And think about getting rid of the Hunter. I hear they cause heart problems.
Nah. It was the Manson Supreme.

Get well, Don.
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Re: Don Lucas in Hospital - a little Get Well

Hey Don...We all got together and pitched in and ordered a Mayo enema for you. I have 5 stints currently.
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Recover fast Don Lucas to go back to what you love doing the most - brine borne.
Am glad to hear you sought medical support in time. Have lot of veggies. All the best wishes
Cheers mate.
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Re: Don Lucas in Hospital - a little Get Well

Sounds like you dodged a bullet! You're lucky!

Get well soon!
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Well, well, well! Thanks for all the well wishes!


The Doctor said something about needing to sail more as part of my long term heart health.

Again thanks for the well wishes!
Don,

A doctors prescription for sailing? That would mean you boat and related expenses just became a tax deductible medical expense.

So when are you buying a new 301 foot custom Hunter (with a HUGE anchor)


Get well soon, hands off the nurses, don't eat the hospital food, get the hell out of there and back on your boat

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The Doctor said something about needing to sail more as part of my long term heart health.
The best advice I have seen on CF yet. Did you ask the cardiologist if he was an expert

All the best for speedy recovery.
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