I'm back at home

chris at bluecobras.com chris at bluecobras.com
Tue Apr 3 20:07:44 IST 2007

Julian, this is the day I have been waiting for.  A simple couple of  
words would have been fine but just to hear from you yourself is  
awesome.  This is a great day indeed.  I know you have heard nothing  
but your health is the most important thing and it is but enjoying  
life is part of that.  So sit back and do the things you can that you  
have wanted to do but didn't have the time.  Send us an email every  
now and then and we will be happy.  When you are well enough we will  
be happy to have you back doing your thing.

Get well and enjoy!

Chris Hammond
Richmond, VA

Quoting Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk>:

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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.
> - --
> Julian Field MEng CITP
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