Holesinthesky

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Good to hear! Take it as a win and keep improving!
 

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Great report. Thanks for the update
 

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Outstanding to hear of improvement!
 

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Hole, was saving this till you got better, I see your talking smack now so things must be good. Congrats and thank you, a toast to you.
 

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^^^^
I am surprised you have any left. It usually goes quick.
Looking forward to another episode of sitting around the table.

I am starting to feel better.
Starting to get my cockiness back, but problem is I can’t back it up yet.

I have good days, and then all of a sudden, I am wiped out for no reason.
Docs say…. That is just part of the recovery for Covid longhaulers.

I have been trying wean myself off the oxygen when moving around.
Probably not the smartest thing I have done.
I figured I could get on the zero turn and cut the grass today. I made about 3 passes, checked oxygen, and levels had dropped.
immediately went in house, and heard water running.
Float valve in toilet broke. Turned water off and oxygen levels had really dropped by then.

Sat in my chair, called a buddy, he came and put a new kit in toilet, saw zero turn sitting in the yard.
Told him what happened, and he climbed on, and mowed yard for me.

Hoping to start pulmonary/activity rehab next week.
 

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I am starting to feel better.
Starting to get my cockiness back, but problem is I can’t back it up yet.

I have good days, and then all of a sudden, I am wiped out for no reason.
Docs say…. That is just part of the recovery for Covid longhaulers.

I have been trying wean myself off the oxygen when moving around.
Probably not the smartest thing I have done.
I figured I could get on the zero turn and cut the grass today. I made about 3 passes, checked oxygen, and levels had dropped.
immediately went in house, and heard water running.
Float valve in toilet broke. Turned water off and oxygen levels had really dropped by then.

Sat in my chair, called a buddy, he came and put a new kit in toilet, saw zero turn sitting in the yard.
Told him what happened, and he climbed on, and mowed yard for me.

Hoping to start pulmonary/activity rehab next week.

You gotta have those guys that just take care of chit for you if there's a problem....and you are there for them as well. It's such an uncomplicated relationship that it's a wonder a bunch of dumb arses, like we all are, can pull it off. But there it is. ^^^

Glad to hear you are on the mend, Holes. :tu
 

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