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TaleSpinner
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I'm going home from hospital today because progress in recovering from last month's stroke is surprisingly good, almost walking again- my respect for two-year olds has risen enormously: how do they learn to walk with only us parents for teachers and no physiotherapists?!

will be off the air until I get internet established at new home, please do keep those flash fiction entries coming, can't wait to read those already received, awesome titles they have.

Cheers
Pat

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Hang in there, and get better!
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Thanks, Robert.

I'm learning that the key to stroke recovery is indeed hanging in there with positive energy. And yes, I will get better...

cheers
Pat

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Congrats on the progress made so far, and best wishes to keep it up!

Oh, and Merry Christmas!

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A bit late here but I send my well wished and Merry Christmas too.

Sounds like you're doing good which is great.

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Having a stroke (which I'm glad to see you are overcoming swimingly, Pat) is a bit like having Multiple Sclerosis, which I have to deal with. Every now and again a part of my body (arms, legs, face, memory) decides to take a mini (and sometimes painful) vacation for days or sometimes weeks, depending on stress levels and external forces. But, I take comfort in knowing that with Recurrent/Remitting M.S. I will eventually recover the use of the vacated part(s), with hardly any noticeable depreciation. My most favorite times are when I remember where I left that forgotten tool from last year's gardening project, or where I left my uncashed tax return check. That's always fun.
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