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My wife's operation(pictures added)

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by cheesey, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. MontanaBob
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    My wife's operation

    Hey there LJ....glad your fingers are ok to type with. Best wishes to you and I hope your recovery is fine. Just make Mr. Personality do all the work around the house. It will keep him out of trouble......er, on second thought, no it won't.

    Good luck and take care,

    MontanaBob
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    First and foremost, I wish you the very best in recovering from your surgery!

    Now, as cheesey may or may not have informed you, I have emailed the Pope to nominate you for Sainthood.
    His Eminence's first response was rather ambiguous, but when I informed him that you have been married to cheesey for about a quarter of a century, he was astounded.
    He replied that that more than compensates for any of the "miracle" requirements! :p

    Second, since you know cheesey better than anyone, how about I start a new thread?

    We will call it...........ASK MRS. CHEESEY

    I am sure that you would receive some interesting questions!
    What do ya say?......you could have some fun & make cheesey squirm a little bit! :rotflmao:
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    I hope you recover quickly Mrs. Cheesey! And Vikes, I like your idea. :D :lol:
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    :pop: let the movie begin

    :lol: i dont know about this, kinda sounds out of my league, but fun, at the same time i am not to sure..... i am the shy type, and gladly answer any questions as long as there not nasty.... they dont call me goodie two shoes at work for nothing,,,or saint mary hahah but i will give it a galent try..... :roll:
    mrs. cheesey
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    no..........No.........NOOOOOOOOO!!!! (Did i say "NO?")
    She isn't allowed to tell stories or answer questions of me......... :shock: :lol: :lol:
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    Hmmm I think we should make Mrs Cheesey a sign in of her own... VR I love the idea... Coin the thread... Get to know your Cheesey better. :lol:

    Can you imagine the stories we may hear.. ;)
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    I know........scares the HECK outta me!!! :wink: :lol:
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    Hey sorry I missed the thread , i've been gone but hopoe everything is well
    Being kinda the anti computer guy I've surprised myself how I actually have started to care personally for people on the forum. Best wishes to the Cheesey family. May you never curdle. LOL
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    Mr. cdfavrefan, this is ms. cheesey, fitting name, the wife of the better half,

    i am anti computer also, actually i have a degree in information management and processing, which is a title, for computers, in the early 90"s so which is better, no knowledge or outdated....

    thank you for your kind words, and hope you are doing well, i have to be limited in my movements still after surgery, alittle caution, is still required.
    thank you for your kindness,
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    I was stunned beyond all measure. I was reading a post by Cheesey and it was coherent and informative and the sentence structure was correct.
    In fact everything was so perfect that I could not comprehend what I was reading. Before I could continue reading the post I had to drop down to see that it was actually posted by MRS CHEESEY. Ohhhhhh. That explains my confusion.
    Glad that your recovery is going so well Mrs C.
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    mister W>P>R :lol:

    howdy :wink:
    how sweet it is giggle giggle
    :cheerleader: yep here i is
    thank you for the compliment :new: and i hope we can talk again :agree:
    keep checking the site mr. cheesey is going to decorate :rubeyes: and show off my battle scars :twitch: its pretty gross :stop:
    again i appreciate your compliment and the cut on cheesey made me feel special....
    Doctor said it was alittle complicated when he went in to operate. His thought was it wasnt going to be bad. I had to be right, and because i was right i was on the honor roll of total bed rest for shy of 3 weeks, :cane: Cheesey had to do alot of work while i wasnt to demanding. The healing process went well. The specialist was right. end results all healed well enough for me to return back to work on his schedule of 4 weeks. ( 26th December) Insurance company took their grand ole' time....... no money has come as of yet.
    Murphys Law- money will show up :help: just in time for me to earn it first and then recieve it. Great timing for the insurance company. Personally I expected that to happen. Now, I am not disappointed. Thats how Mr. Cheesey looks at things. He says why upset myself over things I can't change.
    :wink: hope I hear from you soon
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    Here are a couple pix of Mrs. Cheeseys surgery.
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    and a different view
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    Mrs Cheesey, I am glad that all is progressing well and I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance in case you are not back on before then.

    May the Insurance Company treat you well soon and may the new year bring more good times than bad.

    Peace be with you!
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    Thank you LJ for showing us that right while I'm having my lunch. :shock: So much for my tuna sandwhich. :(

    Hope your recover is going well. Merry Christmas from Montana. :santa:
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    awww..... :oops: thank you pack93z!
    I wonder what the Z stands for...... :roll:

    So, far I am happy and money don't mean everything. I had to learn that being married to Cheese man cause... when I was engaged to him for near 4 years..I realized he had a special "SWISS"(get it? :wink: ) BANK ACCOUNT kinda "holey" on the balance. So, money was not the attraction.

    Peace be with me... well, with me being with Mr. Cheesey that is a challenge. :wink: :lol:
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    Leave it to Cheesey to think these are "Cheese Cake" photos.

    that is a tremdous amount of bruising. Did the Dr say that there was any chance of blood clot complications?
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    bob! cheesey put the photos up (i don't even know how to do that)
    see how naughty the cheese can be? just like "stinky loraine cheese!"
    :oops: im too shy to do that. heck, i can't even turn the computer on without cheesey's help.
    (darn...........now im hungry for a tuna sandwich!)
    "oh cheesey.....waiter! i'd like a tuna sandwich now!" :wink:
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    it WAS a blood clot from a fall at work 2 years ago. the doctor had to remove it, and all the connecting veins. he called it "a clump of night crawlers" tangled up in there. the brusing you see now is great compared to what it was pre surgery. i kept working with it that way the whole time. i had the fear of the clot breaking loose. i was told it was just skin surface clottong. doc realized it wasn't, and thats why i had to go into surgury so quick.
    im happy now, feeling much better. im not "vain" on the looks of it, all i care is that it doesn't hurt so i can get back to work and make money.
    so now all of you will have to help me again, and baby sit cheesey for me! :lol:
    i know thats a hard job! :D
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    The "z" was added to my yahoo account because the wine93 part was spoken for already.. so for years I have added it to all the of my online activity.. which I go by wine93z or Pack93z... pretty innocent really.

    The 93 part is after one of my all time favorite Packers.. Big Gil....

    There you go... more than you bargained for. :lol:
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    Ouch. My Dad had a clot in his leg from above his knee down to his calf due to his radiation treatments. Since he had so many other problems surgery was not an option. They put him on Coumadin (rat poison). Modest results.

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