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there's some nice people around

Postby amanda in CA » Sun May 16, 2004 1:56 am

Hi, my hernia op. went well yesterday but the vicodin is wiping me out, not a bad thing. I had to get to the hospital for 5.15 am and was home by 10 am. A friend phoned to wish me happy birthday and while I was talking to here, I 'jokingly' said she could give me a kidney. Well, she is incredibly squeamish and said she couldn't. However, a few minutes after I came off the phone, it rang again and it was my friend to say that her husband wants to be tested. The chance of him being suitable are so small, but I couldn't believe that someone would be so kind to come forward like that. I always knew that he was a nice guy though. Please keep your fingers and anything else crossed for me. love Amanda
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Postby Hal » Sun May 16, 2004 11:02 am

Hi Amanda,

Everythings crossed for you - great news. I hope it works out.

Glad the hernia was sorted speedily on the day.

Hal x
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Postby Sueleic » Sun May 16, 2004 3:04 pm

Hi Amanda
Firstly a belated Happy Birthday
And I will keep everything crossed for you friends husbands test, what wonderful people there are around I am so pleased for you
Also hope you get over you hernia operation speedily
Take care
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Postby Rik » Mon May 17, 2004 8:41 am

everything is crossed for you Trac'r Girl ... even my eyes!!
what a wonderful gesture for a friend to make :0)

glad your hernia op went OK lady (how long are you on Vicodin??)

... and a belated Happy Birthday too :D
I would sing Happy Birthday ... but its has been described as castration without meds :cry: ... so I'd best not eh :wink:
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Hi Amanda!

Postby Nikki » Mon May 17, 2004 10:28 am

Hi you! Happy birthday, was it a good one? well, as good as it could be!
I know, its amazing the sort of people who say they'll donate, usually the ones you dont expect to! All the best, let us know.
Lotsa love. Nikki. xx :wink:
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