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    Dis1960 and Chrissie57

    I've moved this to a new thread with a better title


    I think it would be lovely for members to send hugs and other good things to Douglas and his wife, Chrissie. They had a disappointing day yesterday (I shan't give details as they are not mine to share) and I am REALLY hoping it all gets sorted today. If it doesn't, I can provide some effigies and members can annihilate them with pins, if you'd like.

    Sending hugs, best wishes and hope to you both.

    P.S. That was some beard you had, Douglas!
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    Sending good vibes and a big hug to you both, Douglas & Chrissie.

    big hug.jpg


    If there is one good thing about your prolonged hospital stay, it's that you have the wonderful Dina for company and support.

    Hope you get sorted today, Douglas.

    Love Ellie.
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    Hope it gets sorted without the effigies and pins Douglas and Christine;

    Thanks Dina for your support to others.

    Love Terry

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    Hi Douglas and Chrissie.

    Thinking of you and sending hugs.

    Thanks for the heads up Dina.

    Doug

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    Now back home,,

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    Hi Douglas,

    Pleased to hear that you are back home although poor Dina will surely miss you both.

    Love Terry

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    Great news Douglas.

    (now to free the Wythenshawe One )

    Best wishes to you and Chrissie.

    Love Ellie.
    ​Diagnosed 03/2007. Sporadic Definite ALS/MND Limb Onset.
    Eye gaze user - No working limbs - No speech - Feeding tube - Overnight NIV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellie View Post
    Great news Douglas.

    (now to free the Wythenshawe One )

    Best wishes to you and Chrissie.

    Love Ellie.
    Ooh, I rather like the idea of a campaign for the Wythenshawe One!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dis1960 View Post
    Now back home,,
    Douglas and Chrissie,

    I can't tell you how thrilled I am that you got home today. However, it would be dead simple to tell you how miffed and how jealous I am! Ha ha ha. All I can think is that the staff like me so much they can't bear to let me go! Anyway, I can't go home until I find someone suitable to take over as chair person of the Tom's Bottom Appreciation Society!

    I was so sad for you both when I realised what had happened and I was worried that, being the weekend, nothing would be done until Monday !

    I hope you received the message I sent via Apollo.
    Dina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    Hope it gets sorted without the effigies and pins Douglas and Christine;

    Thanks Dina for your support to others.

    Love Terry
    Thanks, Terry. It's my pleasure to hunt forum members down, or even MNDers who are not yet members, and drive them bonkers! No, I just remember how alone I felt when I was in hospital just after diagnosis.
    Dina

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