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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHeadRocker View Post
    Glad to hear things are looking up for your pops. Still praying for a speedy recovery as I'm sure you'll need a supervisor on the house build(someone besides the wife)


    You’re right. Dad is a hoverer. Any time I try and build something like a deck or storage building or anything like that on the side I never tell him where I’m at but he somehow always seems to find out and shows up “just to see if I need any help”... 30 mins later and a few thrown claw hammers and expletives traded we are laughing and working together.
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    Default Please pray for my dad

    Continued prayers. Glad things are getting better for him.

    Great idea putting him on house build supervisor duty once recovered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck cutter View Post
    glad to hear things are looking up.

    What his nurse situation like? It's my last night here and I got a nurse named candy.

    The one tonight is named Laura but said she goes by “la la”. Pretty sure she’s got some money from me last time I was down here on a buddies bachelor weekend.

    Hope you’re doing better Michael
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    Update. Dad has come a long way. His hemoglobin has gone up and stabilized and he has been able to walk with the help of a walker. He is cleared to go home. He has come a long way from near death on Sunday to walking up and down the halls today. I sincerely appreciate everyone who has reached out with thoughts and prayers and to the local guys who have offered their hospitality. God is good
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    And for you old timers, when something hurts go get it checked out. Quit being hard headed. It could cost you like this nearly did
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    good stuff!
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Glad he's feeling better.

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    That's awesome to hear dude

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    Great news Andrew!


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    Awesome
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    Just saw this. Sorry about his ordeal, but, glad he’s ok now. Will still say a prayer for him.

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    Glad he doing well Waccamaw is a great hospital, or at least they to my Mother and my Aunt.

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    That is great news buddy, continued prayers from here.
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    Glad to hear the positive news. Will say a prayer for continued healing.
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