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  • Written Oct 22, 2008 6:37pm

    she is better now than at any point in the last ordeal. She may be home tommorrow
  • Written Oct 20, 2008 10:15pm

    Dee will be having surgery tommorrow to repair another anyuerysm. I still don't know if I spell that right. The good news is the doctors found this before it burst the bad news is its still brain surgery. She is bound and determined to be home in a few days. This could go alot of ways, there is always some danger and it could be just a bump ion the road. I know she has amazed me before and remains the toughest person I know. I hope to tell you that we are home in a few days. I don't think I could handle another seventeen.
  • Written Mar 6, 2008 6:58pm

    Yesterdays dr. appt. revealed something that neither of us new. They were never completly able to stop the anuerysm completly. What this means I am not sure as no more detail was provided. I'm a little frustrated that this was never told to me when we left the hospital. According to the vascula dr. the anuerysm was in such a tough place they couldn't get all of it and there still was some "leakage" From the appt. we had last week, she was told to take things at her speed and not to do more than she could. This appt, I don't mind saying, scared the hell out of me. She will be scheduled for an MRA in April and hopefully someone will tell us what more to expect. Until then its more wait and see, which isn't the most comfortable I've ever felt. From a physical stand point she seems to be more of herself. I wouldn't count on her much at the track this season until we hear more. I'll just feel safer having her close to me at the hut where if something might happen I'll be right there.

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