I'm back at home

James Fagan lists at jfworks.net
Tue Apr 3 20:05:11 IST 2007

Julian Field wrote:
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> Hi folks,
> I spent 2 1/2 weeks unconscious in intensive care with 10 monitors, 9 
> tubes, a ventilator, 2 nurses and a technician looking after just me, 24 
> hours a day. They finally brought me round when I was well enough, and I 
> then spent the next 2 weeks learning how breathe, talk, use my hands, 
> walk and all the necessary stuff like that.
> So I am now back at home, and have my parents living in my house with me 
> helping to look after me. We are all getting on fine, and life would be 
> really hard if they weren't here. They have fixed everything and cleared 
> out all my old junk that I don't want any more, so I now have a nice 
> tidy house again with plenty of spare space. I won't be able to find 
> anything for a while, but it's really nice to have everything neat and 
> tidy again :-)
> It's going to be a fair while before I'm up to doing anything to do with 
> MailScanner.
> This note is basically to send a very big thankyou for all the Get Well 
> Soon cards you have sent me from all over the world, along with all the 
> emails sending your best wishes too. They are all very much appreciated 
> and it really brightened up my day every time someone from work called 
> in with some more cards from around the globe. So thank you very much 
> for all of them!
> So I'm still alive, though it was very touch and go for the first 10 
> days, and more or less back in the land of the living. Don't expect any 
> more than the odd health update for a while yet though :-)
> Cheers,
> Jules.
Glad to see that you are well enough to be at home. It may not have as 
many things that go "beep" as the hospital, but
all the same, a much better place. Take your time and rest up. Thanks 
for the update.


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