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Thread: Not the day we were planning - bowing out of BAFS 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrenaut View Post
    Indeed they do not. Going to make it tough to do FSLNHPP though
    You should come down and play host, like Sarah Bee did the year she injured herself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrenaut View Post
    Indeed they do not. Going to make it tough to do FSLNHPP though

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    Quick heal juju sent your way!

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    Glad to hear recovery is off to a good start! So sorry to hear about your crash & in total admiration of the gremlin (2 teeth-yikes!!! )! Hobble well my friend!


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    Jon, I'm so very sorry to hear this! Full of admiration for both you and Gremlin 2, and wishing you both complete recoveries!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve O View Post
    You should come down and play host, like Sarah Bee did the year she injured herself.
    I"d like to do that. Just need to work out some logistics. It sucks that I likely won't even be able to DRIVE for 6 weeks and the hand powered recumbent trikes are like $4000. I really think that should be covered by health insurance in cases like these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrenaut View Post
    I really think that should be covered by health insurance in cases like these.
    I 100% agree with this statement!

    So sorry to hear about your injury and your daughter's crash. It sounds like she is a tough one, though. Rest up and heal quickly.

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    Holy sh#t! I'm sure that was a scary moment. Your daughter sounds like she's tough as nail. You ... well ... Wishing you a speedy recovery from your ruptured Achilles. That sounds painful.

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    Updates - daughter had 2 root canals this morning. Apparently she was a model patient, the dentist wishes all the 8-year-olds he works on were like her. So far, so good.

    I saw the ortho this morning. Unless there is something crazy in the MRI this weekend, likely to have surgery early next week. I'm encouraged by the recovery timeline - it's faster than Dr Google lead me to believe. Assuming surgery next week, I should be able to walk with a boot the first week of April and walk normally around May 15. I don't know if that means I can bike to Bike to Work Day, but I'm hopeful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrenaut View Post
    Updates - daughter had 2 root canals this morning. Apparently she was a model patient, the dentist wishes all the 8-year-olds he works on were like her. So far, so good.

    I saw the ortho this morning. Unless there is something crazy in the MRI this weekend, likely to have surgery early next week. I'm encouraged by the recovery timeline - it's faster than Dr Google lead me to believe. Assuming surgery next week, I should be able to walk with a boot the first week of April and walk normally around May 15. I don't know if that means I can bike to Bike to Work Day, but I'm hopeful.
    Oh man, Iím so sorry to hear this. Please rest up after and get better soon!


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    Good luck with your surgery and recovery.

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