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    way to go Rodney, you are an inspiration to us all, take care and good luck..

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    Hi Rodney,
    Admire the way you’ve handled extremely hard time of health problems and the upheaval of having to leave
    Your lovely home and relocate to the city. True grit from an old Southend boy who made good, wish you and
    Your lovely wife good luck in all that you d. Cheers, John Collier.

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    Rodney I am pleased that you are now back on form. I wish you and your wife loads of love and care for whatever comes from now on. To have had a love of your life is something a lot of people never have so treasure every day. Keep in touch as we are all here if you need to talk. Don't miss a thing from the birds chirping to feeling the sun on your faces. Too many people these days don't value those simple things.

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    Fantastic Rodney, for both yourself and your wife, both very gutsy people, and i wish you both well for the future. I told my wife last week, the day we both said in church 54 years ago *to love and honour, in sickness and health etc *, well the days are now arriving, nothing like you are going through, but two new knees for Chris, plus two carpel tunnel ops, means multi ferry trips to the mainland, and this old fella having to have a demo on the washing machine, and where are the cook books etc, so listening to you Rodney, i,ve nothing to moan about, best regards kt
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    Hopefully, my own situation has now been solved after three cancellations. Each time it is a big set back and I just adjusted to the thought that there must be many others in the same boat or worse off. After 12 months have had the op and touch wood all will be ok.

    Thoughts now are for all others and best wishes to all that have suffered, are suffering or will in the future.

    May your god or belief keep you strong and safe and best wishes to all.


    Keith.
    "Our veterans did not forget about us .... Let's not forget about them." From Michael Levesque

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    Rodders great news mate just hang in there.
    Guy I know here in town had the same op a few weeks back, says it has changed his life for the better and is going great guns.

    But on the subject, I was sent on Saturday for an Echo Stress test.
    Wired up like a space man while the nurse check the heart for who knows what.
    Then onto the tread mill.
    Going good but getting a bit puffed when the speed was increased, after 4.5 minutes the doc says you can stop now if you wish, so I did.
    He then said why did you stop the test is for six minutes.
    You never told me that at the start.
    More poking around on the bench, then told your GP will get the result Monday.
    Sunday went for a 7.5 kilometer walk which we did in 1 hour 40.
    Monday 1700 hours and no word, so just wait and see.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

    Life is too short to blend in.

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