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They must feel your better off at home Kevin
Chin up, cup of tea and put the radio on bud  :)

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Good to hear from you Kevin. Lots to catch up on, on here to keep you going!



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Its good to hear that you are home and whilst hospital can be a good place to be, at least at home you can have a cup of tea and sit around in your pyjamas all day without anyone telling you what you have to do.  My dad spent some time in hospital at the start of the year and was pleased to get home for the simple reason that no-one woke him up 4 times a night to find out if he was sleeping ok!!!

I am not able to model right now and depend on forums, YouTube and books to keep my interest going.  I would recommend this - chill out, kick back, make a brew and rest.  In a few weeks I am sure that you will feel better and, if the doctors are happy, you can get back to the Plank

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Hi Matt.  I did complain about my inability to walk without help. But they must need the bed. Best wishes Kev 



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