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    My blood pressure medication change didn't work in the right direction and I have just got home again today from hospital where I had the good fortune to meet up with my cardiologist of many years whom I thought had retired and is now attached to my local hospital. Over the last few days he has had tests carried out, medication adjusted accordingly and he has let me come home where I am 'sorely' needed. I will pass by frequently, but everything, and that includes doing my share around here, is taking much more time. Meanwhile, best wishes,
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    Keep in there Richard we all slowdown. No need to race ahead like the Titanic no passenger schedules to worry about. We all finish up on pills and medication.. Take care. Regards JS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j.sabourn View Post
    Keep in there Richard we all slowdown. No need to race ahead like the Titanic no passenger schedules to worry about. We all finish up on pills and medication.. Take care. Regards JS.
    I used to meet all my friends in the pub, now meet them at the Chemists

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Cameron View Post
    I used to meet all my friends in the pub, now meet them at the Chemists
    ##better than the hospital lol cappy

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    ###can only say richard take it easy .....and just roll along......regards cappy

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    Take care Richard I hope all goes well but I've noticed as I get older it takes longer every morning and every night to swallow all the pills
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    Hi Richard
    You must take care now mate,and done go doing things that you really don't have to,its now the time for rest,you have had your share of hard Graft!
    At least glad to hear that you are Home again, and that your old Doctor is now watching you again.
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    Bill #23, meet them in the chemist. most of mine I have to visit the cemetery to see.

    Richard, just take it easy, swallow the pills slowly and listen to the doc, no not ours, and do as he tells you.

    I would also suggest you delegate some of your duties to the bosun, as skipper you should be allowed to.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    Thanks Shipmates, It's only the old ones know that the rattle as I pass by is the pills I swallow. John, I was the skippers tiger then and I haven't been promoted!
    Richard
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    Hi Richard,

    Take every care,
    speedy recovery.

    Keith.
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    Thanks Keith,
    Too much rust in the pipes - sea water must have got into the bilges.
    Richard
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