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    • Sorry so long for an update. Been fighting Pneumonia and then blood clot.

      Hope to go home today or tomorrow at the latest.

      Gonna be slow recovery, but I will power through.

      Thanks to all in the forum family. You all have helped a lot to keep my spirits up
      AKA Jim Camp 8)
    • SlingRider wrote:

      Sorry so long for an update. Been fighting Pneumonia and then blood clot.

      Hope to go home today or tomorrow at the latest.

      Gonna be slow recovery, but I will power through.

      Thanks to all in the forum family. You all have helped a lot to keep my spirits up
      Sorry to hear about your set-backs @SlingRider!!! We're rooting for your full & speedy recovery!!!!
      Those who will give up essential liberty to secure a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety

      2016 Slingshot SL Vin# 8855 (born in September 2015) w/ Alpha Stage 2 Turbo @ 7.5psi
    • SlingRider wrote:

      Sorry so long for an update. Been fighting Pneumonia and then blood clot.

      Hope to go home today or tomorrow at the latest.

      Gonna be slow recovery, but I will power through.

      Thanks to all in the forum family. You all have helped a lot to keep my spirits up
      I liked it but only because you may go home tomorrow. Praying for a quick recovery.
    • I want to thank all of you for your well wishes and prayers!! I got out of the hospital today. Had to come home on O2. Still have pneumonia in left lung and 2 pulmonary embolisms in the right. Lots of drugs to take , but I get to rest at home and that is the best medicine.

      Now I need to figure out how to rig my O2 tank in my SS.
      AKA Jim Camp 8)
    • So happy to hear that you are home now! O2 is still better than being in the hospital even if you are without it there. Take it easy, do what they say, and plan for the future upcoming better days!

      A Little over a decade ago, I didn't even like visiting the hospital. Had to be a close friend, or I'd likely tarry until they got out to visit. That was about the time my Mother-In-Law took ill. She was in there about a month. After her, my dad took ill often enough that he was in and out in increasing amounts for the next four years. After he passed, mom started going in, and the stays seemed to get longer every time. By the time she passed, I had spent many, many days, evenings, nights and weekends in there with them. It no longer bothers me to go at all. I realize that those that are in there, either for treatment or because a loved one is there that they are visiting... the visitors are so very welcome if it's not life threatening at the time. Even an old Goats_Hogs can learn at an older age. I'm thankful, and blessed, that I've never spent a night in the hospital as an admitted patient. I had scope surgery on my right knee as outpatient, and colonoscopy done a couple of times. I was in there in 2013 from a motorcycle wreck (not my fault) where I had a one ton van U turn in front of me while doing 45 (no helmet, sleeveless Tee, jeans and boots) and was treated and released (shouldn't have been, but hey, I lived). Blessed indeed....

      Just happy to hear you are finally out of there! Godspeed back to health!
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