Going missing

Discussion in 'Zealot Archives' started by kronos, May 22, 2007.

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  1. kronos

    kronos Member

    hey thanks email on the way
  2. kronos

    kronos Member

    yes she is the best we have a 20 month old son and she manages to put up with my old butt and a toddler she says she has two toddlers a 20 month old and a 43 year old
    (ha ha ) as im retired army she works and I stay at home with the boy I have a whole new respect for stay at home moms
  3. Nekayah

    Nekayah Member

    One of the really great things about this hobby is that you can keep on with it while recovering: it sure beats the endless TV that lots of people endure during this tedious time, and you can fit the project to your differing capacities as the days pass. [I speak from more experience than I'd like.] Good luck, and a quick and super-functioning surgery and rehab!
  4. kronos

    kronos Member

    The best part is the surgerys are my hip both knees and my left ankle so hands work fine
  5. rmks2000

    rmks2000 Member

    Best of luck and a speedy recovery.
  6. Darwin

    Darwin Member

    Hurry home, Kronos...we need all the contributing memebers we can get.
  7. John Griffin

    John Griffin Member

    Good luck, and take your time recovering. Take a few models with you!
  8. Nekayah

    Nekayah Member

    If you take some (single-page?) print-outs (simple ornaments, toys for grandkids, etc.) with you and share them, maybe you can seduce some of the other patients to a great hobby?
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