Have Fun!

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Re: Have Fun!

#16 Post by sd/mt pga pro » Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:56 am

DES/TSD wrote:I planned on going earlier this year. Feb. say doctor visit too. I am furiously getting work done to inflate piggy bank before going in for heart valve repair surgery May 8. Gentlemen I only got to attend once and I want to go back again!

Dennis, I just opened this thread and this took me by surprise. I wish you the best with this, as I am certain all here do.

Keep us posted on how things go for you.

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Re: Have Fun!

#17 Post by wingshooter » Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:50 am

He goes under the knife in just over a week.
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Re: Have Fun!

#18 Post by DES/TSD » Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:19 am

Thank you. I am concerned about getting customer's projects back in their hands more than about the surgery at this moment. I will have plenty of time to ponder that afterward. I am told I will be off the bench for 8 weeks. Tough for someone who has been active for this long to think about being off work. I am planning though....Doc says I can still bend gunstocks and do leather covered pads as it won't involve heavy lifting. Sanding and filing are out until after July 4th. Pass the word please. If all goes well I will be doing something after May 30.
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Re: Have Fun!

#19 Post by 2Gordons » Mon May 06, 2013 11:28 pm

DES/TSD wrote:I am furiously getting work done to inflate piggy bank before going in for heart valve repair surgery May 8.
Putting this back up to the top as a reminder. Best of luck in the surgery, Dennis. Prayers offered for a speedy and uneventful recovery!

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