Monday, October 20, 2008

Coming home from the hospital

It has been two months since I have written an entry.  There are a few reasons for this.  I've been sick for the last month.  I have been hospitalized in Hershey Medical Center for the last three weeks.  I'm doing better now.  I am going home tomorrow.  I'm really excited about it.  I will write another entry in a day or two upon returning home.  I hope you continue to read my blog when I begin writing more regularly.  Take care.

27 comments:

  1. John- i'm glad to read you are feeling a bit better. i hope for continued strength and recovery for you. i had been wondering...noticing there had been no entries from you for quite awhile. i will most definitely be reading you when you are back writing regularly! please post (or email) the link when/if you switch over to blogger.
    ~Cathy

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  2. I'm so thankful you are coming home tomorrow John!! of course I will read your blog when you write in it regularly or just whenver you write in it; just make sure you post or send out your new address once you switch over to Blogger; looking forward to it :)

    betty

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  3. So glad to hear your doing better.
    Mark and Laini

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  4. I'm glad you're going home tomorrow!
    Missie

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  5. YEAH!  I'm so happy you're coming home
    hugs
    d

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  6. glad to hear you are doing better and coming home.

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  7. Get better soon, John. Very glad you're able to return home :-)

    Guido
    http://atlantic-lines.blogspot.com

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  8. I will continue to read, John, always!  I am so glad you are returning home... stay well, sweets... good luck on the blog migration!  Love, Val xox
    P.S.  If you need any help on migrating or setting up your new blog, just contact me!  Love ya!

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  9. I am so glad you are finally feeling well enough to go home! You have been through a lot from what I read on Krissy's blog. You remain in my prayers.

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  10. Yay John!!!! So happy to hear you're well enough to finally return home again! Godd bless you and Krissy~Deb

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  11. So glad you're coming home!
    Linda :)

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  12. Glad you're home again. You and Krissy are in my prayers.

    ;^) Jan the Gryphon
    http://gryp-wotd.blogspot.com/

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  13. I am so pleased you are going home will continue to read your blog and wish you so many blessings for the days ahead

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  14. Hi John, I always keep up with you though Krissy. I'm so thankful you are feeling better and somehow hadn't realized until you were almost home that you had been in Hershey again. Glad to hear that things are improving. HUGS

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  15. I'm here. I always keep up with you and Krissy. I may not comment often but I read regularly.

    deb

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  16. Welcome to blogger. It seems like all our friends are making the move. It's good to keep in touch with you all and I'm so very thankful you made it and are going home again. 'On Ya'-ma

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  17. Hi John,
    I heard that you were sick from your wife's Blog posts. I am a disabled Vietnam Vet: 68-70, and have had many closes calls and brushes with death from helicopter crashes, trucks and motorcycles. I call it nothing but a miracle that God has seen fit to let me live thru all of that.
    I hope you get better and perhaps visit my Christian Journal sometime.

    Warm Regards,
    Tom Schuckman
    tschuckman@aol.com

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  18. Hi John
    Gem here...I finally found Krissy, Val and you....clicking on links following everyone. :)
    Take care,
    Gem~~

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  19. We have all been praying for you John. So glad to hear that you are coming home and will be able to write more regularly. God bless.

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  20. This is a test to see if I am getting my own comments. This is a test, it is only a test.
    - John

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  21. Hi,
    I popped over from jan coombs' blog.
    I had a liver transplant in 2005. I know what it is to be in and out of hospitals with complications and set-backs. You just grow to HATE such places, even though they save your life.
    I wish you the best. Hang in there and follow my motto: Don't count the days, make the days count.

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  22. I wish you a recovery and Blessed Thanksgiving. Being sick it really difficult, the time goes so slowly and you get "sick of being sick" Hope all goes well with you.

    Claudia

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  23. Your blog was listed as a SUGGESTED BLOG so I followed the link today. I see no more additions. I hope your stubborn attitude has prevailed.

    Amber Columbia

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  24. I linked from another blogger, are you still blogging? I am sorry for your ordeal.

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