I'm back and Thank You!

by KimW
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Last saturday night(October23rd) a little after midnight I had finished everything I wanted to do so I got ready to bed.
A few minutes after getting in bed I had several things happen at once.
I got a migraine headache.I started feeling very weak.My chest started hurting,and I was having a very hard time getting my breathe.
I was home alone as the people that live with me,my wife, my daughter,my son in law and their 6 week old baby, had all gone ove to a friends house to watch a UFC event. I personally don't believe in supporting such events, so I didn't go.

I tried calling my wife on her cell 3 times and never got an answer.
I finally called the friends main number and she asnwered.I said "Get me my wife". She asked if everything was alright and I yelled at her "NO".

My wife got on the phone and asked what was wrong. I told her how I felt and that I needed to go to the ER. She wanted me to call 911 immediately,but I refused.I wanted her to come pick me up and take me.which is what she did.

She came and got me and took me to the hospital.One good thing is that the hospital is probably less than a mile and a half from our house. They immediately admitted me,with the symptoms I had they were thinking possible heart attack.

I have to admit I was not the calmest patient they had that night. I thought I was going to die. I had my wife call my brother,who lives almost 2 hours away from us to come,just in case.

It seems silly now, but when you are lying there and being given oxygen and are still gasping for air, it doesn't seem silly them.

Whilw performing tests it was determined on top of all the other things, I was severely anemic.

After determining I was stabilized they admitted me to the Critical Care Unit of the hospital.

It was at this time that my wife mentioned she had brought a laptop with her.
She always takes it with her because she is a big facebook fan and she loves to show off pictures of the grandchildren.

I had her give it to me and I made a post in a thread I had been promoting in the Off Topic Forum about a cause I fee very strongly about, a fundraising event for The National Kidney Foundation.
I said something to the effect that I wouldn't be harrassing the fine folks here for a few days as I had just been admitted to the hospital.
Its intent was to let those that are used to seeing me here everyday know why they wouldn't for a few days. Instead a miracle happened,but I will go more into that in a minute.

As far as my health,there were several issues.
Turns out I had fluid buildup in my lungs,which was making it hard for me to breathe.
That was also what was causing my chest to hurt when I breathed,and they feel it contributed to my BP being out of control and sky high.
There is no polite way that I can think of to say this(maybe I will think of one later and come back and edit this) but I was also bleeding from my lower region,which they thought was the cause of me being anemic.

I'm going to skip a lot of details, but I was finally released from the hospital Yesterday,October 27th about 4pm.

During that time I was given almost every test imaginable.
I had dialysis treatment every day.I was given two blood transfusions.
I had the procedure that every adult over 50 does NOT want to have but it was necessary.

While the drs never came to a real conclusion as to what caused my problems, they did feel that I was well enough to go home again.

BUT

That is all really background.
I hope Allen Says will forgive me here,but I feel what happened after I made that post is a miracle.

Some of my warrior friends took up the banner for me and ran with it.And they spread the word to the other parts of the forum and to other warriors,a lot of whom I don't know.

And the power of The Warriors and The Warrior Forum made a miracle happen.
I admit I have changed my Kidney Walk Goal several times ,but I was hoping to get a grand or two.

As it is, The Warrior Forum and Warriors hvae pushed me to the top.
I am currretly the number one fundraiser for this years Kidney Walk in Richmond Va. It happened so fast that the co-ordinatior called my house and left a message wanting to know what was going on.
She was especially surprised to hear I called her back from my hospital bed!

I am not good at saying some things.but when I saw how a core group of people here in the OT forum took up the banner for me and got other Warriors and their friends involved I have a confession.

I cried. Literally. And again, I hope Allen forgives me in this post,but I felt several miracles had happened to me.

Someone mentioned the fact that since my goal had been met that maybe I needed some assistance too. I try to not talk alot about that,though I am always willing to share about my illness,but I have had to declare bankruptcy twice in the past few years and about 6 months ago my car was repoed.

The fact is, a LOT of Warriors that I have never met came though again and my PayPal account which is usually sitting at $5 or $10 actiually has triple digits in it,the first time in years.

I am in total awe of the outpouring the people of The Warriors Forum has shown to me and would like to say God Bless You All.

(This was written at 5:30AM and will be subject to revisions and changes if needed.)
  • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
    Kim!!!!!! Damn...you're a sight for sore eyes.

    Okay, what group sang "Dancing On Ice" from the late 70s?

    Hint: You've seen them many times throughout the years.

    Damn it's good to have you back!

    Don't you scare us like that again...you hear me?

    Woooooo Hoooooo!!!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author KimW
      Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

      Kim!!!!!! Damn...you're a sight for sore eyes.

      Okay, what group sang "Dancing On Ice" from the late 70s?

      Hint: You've seen them many times throughout the years.

      Damn it's good to have you back!

      Don't you scare us like that again...you hear me?

      Woooooo Hoooooo!!!!!
      Gosh darn it Steve, you could have given me an easy one to start off with! Honestly, it sounds like an Air Supply song title, but I don't think that's it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dave Patterson
    We love ya man....stay well.
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  • Profile picture of the author R Hagel
    I'm glad you're out of the hospital! I figured that if you didn't get out of there soon, Sal would probably send a group of Warriors to Virginia to drag you out of that hospital bed.

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    • Profile picture of the author Dave Patterson
      Originally Posted by R Hagel View Post

      I'm glad you're out of the hospital! I figured that if you didn't get out of there soon, Sal would probably send a group of Warriors to Virginia to drag you out of that hospital bed.

      Becky
      I hadn't mentioned it to him but...I was probably 15 minutes from him a couple days ago. I hadn't been online and didn't know he was in the hospital till I got back home.
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      • Profile picture of the author pickthat apple
        good to hear the positive news, Kim!
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        • Profile picture of the author Bill Farnham
          Kim,

          I'm glad you're back and out of the hospital.

          You gave us all quite a scare, but watching how everyone came together on your behalf was truly inspiring. And seeing Allen's generousity in full force was beyond anything I've seen on any forum. There's no words to describe it that do him justice. I'm just glad I got to witness it.

          To the future,

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  • Profile picture of the author la dominatrix
    This post reminds me why I have a gratitude list, and add to it regularly
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Very happy to hear about your fundraiser goals being met but more importantly, that you are out of critical care.

    A big thanks to Allen Says who put the banner at the top of the forum to the off topic post, ALERT - Warrior KimW in Hospital in Critical Care - Donations Appreciated
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
      Kim,

      Fantastic to see you back - thanks for the update.



      @Bill I notice you finally found a 'worthy' 1,000th thanks


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      • Profile picture of the author Bill Farnham
        Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

        @Bill I notice you finally found a 'worthy' 1,000th thanks
        Pretty cool how that worked out, huh

        I wanted that one to be a special one and the timing couldn't have been better.
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        • Profile picture of the author HeySal
          Originally Posted by Bill Farnham View Post

          Pretty cool how that worked out, huh

          I wanted that one to be a special one and the timing couldn't have been better.
          Yep - even Mike isn't gonna be able to complain about that one.

          Jeez Godon - WHAT a slave driver. People were up late on this one last night - let em have some coffee, first, eh?
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    • Profile picture of the author BizWebMan
      Hi Kim

      Really pleased to see you back with us on the forum.

      I read your blog Maj's Kidney which Patrician kindly put the link to and my heart goes out to you.

      When your health starts to play you around, just about everything else pales into insignificance.

      I hope that warriors that come across this continue to help out - the paypal button makes it much easier.

      Hope you are with us for a long time to come

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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Roy
    Wahoooooo he's back and better than ezra!

    Glad you're back and doing better!
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    • Profile picture of the author LadyL08
      I don't think we've ever had conversations but I was so moved by the outpouring on this forum that I had to do my share.

      I'm glad you are back home and hope you continue to recover.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeAmbrosio
    Well back Kind Sir.

    Here's hoping you'll stick around for a while
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  • Profile picture of the author seosuperstar2014
    Welcome back man. Its good to see you again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    Hey Kim, we have not directly chatted, but if you got a couple hours, you should real all the stuff people are saying about you (link at top of each page)

    This show's what warrior forum all about, community and support.

    Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author Andie
    Kim,
    I really can't tell you how big a smile I had when I saw your post this morning!
    If Steve gets too tough on you, let us know and we'll gang up on him
    (we have quite a force it seems)
    Hopefully, now that you're back home, you can get some good rest and I, for one, will keep spreading the word so we can keep you in that #1 spot!

    Bless you and that family of yours

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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    Kim,

    I'm sure Allen would forgive you. HECK, he donated SO much! And good call on the 911 deal. That could have taken 20-25 minutes just to get you set to go. If your friend was close. you could have gotten there quicker. And the ambulance likely costs a LOT! Glad to see you BACK!

    And YEAH, NEVER be calm in such a case! HECK, I needed to have a blood test ASAP, decided to do it this morning. THEY DIDN'T HAVE THE ORDER! MAN was I mad. They even suggested doing tests I knew I needed, and doing the rest later when the order comes in, FROM A DIFFERENT DRAW! GEE, they might as well do them all from a different person. Besides, it is the relationship between certain tests that is important, not the tests themselves. And they are LICENSED!?!?!? So I lost a day. What if I miss my window by a mere DAY!?!?

    Anyway, be quiet and nice, and you could end up like John Ritter! HE, thinking he was OK, let far less urgent cases go ahead of him while the hospital, ASSUMING HEART ATTACK, filled him with poison that killed him! It might have been OK for myocardial infarction, but was NOT ok for his dissected aorta. YEP, he had the SAME problem I had!

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
    Thank goodness Kim, you scared the daylights out of the OT forum! I wish you a speedy recovery and hope you get your new kidney soon.

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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I have to admit I was not the calmest patient they had that night. I thought I was going to die. I had my wife call my brother,who lives almost 2 hours away from us to come,just in case.

      It seems silly now, but when you are lying there and being given oxygen and are still gasping for air, it doesn't seem silly them.
      I don't think it seems silly at all, Kim - sound frightening to me.

      Please thank "Mrs. Kim" for updating us - we were pm'ing like crazy and all the time wondering how you were. So glad you've been able to get back home.

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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Welcome back. It's about time you stopped that stupidity. When you have kidney failure it's no damned time to experiment with understanding asthma better.

    Miracles do happen. Maybe it's time you learned that - since you are going to be a survivor, you need to understand miracles. Don't ever let a doctor tell you there is no hope.

    My thanks go to Allen, also. With every effort some of us made - we could not have gotten the word around so quickly or so completely without his help. We could not have met your goal without his generosity. I don't know why you apologize to him, Kim. I'm sure Allen is fully aware of miracles. His generosity kinda points to the fact he knows all about them and I doubt he's adverse to hearing them called such.

    Over the last few days, I have been deluged with PM's. People were worried they weren't giving enough - even though their own means are severely limited. They wanted to know what else to do, or needed help to find the right links, etc, etc. They expressed surprise about your condition, which was not so generally known. They have told me to keep them in mind if something more needs to be done or asked what more they can do now. And ALL had a very strong wish for you to recover and to let you know they are pulling for you.

    And this is the message that you can take from it, Kim -- nothing is impossible. Never let anyone tell you that you are done. You aren't done until YOU are done. You are never without hope until you stop having faith. If someone tells you that you are out of hope -- it's not you that is out of hope, it is they who are puzzled of where else to turn next.

    Believe Kim. ALWAYS believe. You CAN beat this thing.
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    Welcome back Kim. I'm confident you will beat this stuff.

    Thanks Allen, Thanks Sal and other lovely Warriors who chipped in...really proud of you guys.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tina Golden
      I'm so glad to see you back out of the hospital, Kim. You had a bunch of us worried.

      You take care of yourself!

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    • Profile picture of the author glchandler
      Hospitals......can't live with them and can't live without them.

      Oh yea....that is supposed to be women.

      Kim, from someone who has been there, it is a damned site better to read your writing then to read writing about you!

      Glad to see your cranky self around again.

      Only question?? Hey warriors---this thread has been around a few hours, so how come it doesn't have multiple "welcome back" pages yet?
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Oh - Kim - BTW - question for you.

    On your team page........is the woman in the blue hat standing next to you your wife? She posted to us once on your walk thread to keep us informed, very soft spoken and positive, and I thought "what a beautiful attitude". I'm sure she is much support for you and your family.
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    • Profile picture of the author KimW
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      Oh - Kim - BTW - question for you.

      On your team page........is the woman in the blue hat standing next to you your wife? She posted to us once on your walk thread to keep us informed, very soft spoken and positive, and I thought "what a beautiful attitude". I'm sure she is much support for you and your family.
      Sal, tha is a generic picture that the Kidney Foundation put up, but I am going to try to get a picture of her up.

      By the way, if anyone has a way to contact Allen, I have something I'd like to ask him.( And no,its not for more money!)
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        Originally Posted by KimW View Post


        By the way, if anyone has a way to contact Allen,
        By PM, Kim - if you can't find Allen's box specifically - just send a msg to "admin" and put ATTN: Allen on the subject line.
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      • Profile picture of the author TimPhelan
        Welcome back Kim! You had us worried.

        You can just send Allen a PM. I'm sure he gets a lot he doesn't respond to but he will likely respond to yours. :-) ( Oops. Looks like Sal beat me to that answer. )

        Originally Posted by KimW View Post


        By the way, if anyone has a way to contact Allen, I have something I'd like to ask him.( And no,its not for more money!)
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  • Profile picture of the author Xio1
    Kim,
    I don't know you but you have been in my prayers. I am happy to hear that you are back home, I hope you recover fully very soon.
    May God grant you lots of health.

    God bless,

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    • Profile picture of the author glchandler
      Jeez Godon - WHAT a slave driver. People were up late on this one last night - let em have some coffee, first, eh?
      Ouch! And here I thought that cyber-space was a 24/7 and everybody had a box of toothpicks handy to prop their eyelids open with!
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      • Profile picture of the author waterotter
        Hey Kim, it's great to have you back. What can I say that hasn't already been said - other than darn, I knew I shouldn't have given you that beer last Saturday.

        I was just about to send you a cyber pizza as I know how everyone raves about hospital food!

        @ KJ - congrats, they say things happen for a reason. The timing was perfect!
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
    Welcome back, Kim!

    Sounds like you'll have many, many Warriors with you in spirit on this year's Kidney Walk.

    All the best,
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    Welcome back Kim! Hope to see you around in discussion.
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  • Profile picture of the author Don Schenk
    Oh thank heavens you're okay. I found a big smile on my face when I saw you were out of the hospital.

    I've been thinking a lot about you this week and about Bev & Rob Clement, the outpouring from Allen and the WF has helped give me a new perspective. Thank you.

    :-Don
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrician
    OK! Kim!

    So glad you are 'front and center'.

    'God Works in Mysterious Ways' and KJ is right

    "Pretty cool how that worked out, huh "

    Nothing like a crisis to 'KICK OUT THE JAMS' and get people's attention!

    The thing that really gets me especially now that I learned the timing of this last catastrophy just now:

    I had said to someone privately (of course I was thinking like you (is this 'the big one'? - is this the final bummer? will he make it (OMG)?)

    ...and I said "wow, the last time I PM'd him (Monday) he was consoling me on my 'little' emergency I had Saturday" (= what a friend)

    ... and then this.

    Well now I know you must have been writing from the ICU?!? You never mentioned it and only empathized with me from right in the middle of the torture chamber! ( = what a friend)

    I am so glad you are back and on the mend and I hope this will be a turning point and that Kim's New Kidney is somewhere on its precious way 2 U.

    I know this is the ultimate donation you need and the GOAL beyond the walk and paying the freaking utility company.

    Let's all believe Kim has the VICTORY!

    Hallelujah!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    Welcome back, Kim. I was about to go to bed last night when I discovered one of the threads about you. Read it, did a few things, and didn't end up in bed until after 4 AM. Then when I logged in today your back. That's great news! Now do try to stay out of the hospital, OK? I don't know what we'd do with Wags if you were gone for more than a day or two.
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelHiles
    Hi Kim. I don't really know you, but if Don Schenk is happy about it all then I am happy about it all as I value his opinion of the WF old-timers.

    Glad that you're doing better.
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      hiya Kim,

      I'm so glad to see you back and if anyone deserves miracles it's you.

      Be well and stronger than ever!


      hugsssssssssssssssssssss

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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        So glad to see your back here Kim,

        we haven't met but like a lot of people you can't help getting touched by what you went through.

        Well done chap.
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  • Profile picture of the author AFI
    Kim I am so glad to hear that you are back! I barely know you but the conversation we did have was very polite. I wish you a very speedy recovery!
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    So glad to hear you're out and doing better Kim! Stay well.
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  • Profile picture of the author thinkahead
    Kim, I don't know you at all but the warm and kind words from others who clearly know you well makes me feel like I know you a little better. You're clearly a generous, compassionate and inspiring person. It's great to hear that you're away from immediate danger, although I appreciate that it's never anything other than a battle. It's a battle that I am sure you can and will win. Good luck for everything you are doing and you and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    Welcome back Kim, so good to see that you are out of hospital and feeling better. I hope things start looking up for you now.

    Take care
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  • Profile picture of the author twentyone
    I just seen on the Big red mark up their every time i login that you were sick man.
    I was surprise with the camaraderie you have in this forum and i was very touched.
    Thank God your already well man.
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  • Profile picture of the author LindaC
    Hi Kim,
    Good to hear you are out of the hospital and doing better.
    Praying you will receive that much needed new kidney really soon.

    My Best 2 U,
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  • Profile picture of the author KenThompson
    Well Kim... everyone's sure being nice to you and saying nice things.

    I'm still mulling it over. I'll get back to ya.


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    Awe Ken, c'mere and give me a hug, Kurt won't mind, I'm sure.
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    • Profile picture of the author KenThompson
      Originally Posted by KimW View Post

      Awe Ken, c'mere and give me a hug, Kurt won't mind, I'm sure.
      lol. (you don't know Kurt.)

      Besides, where is that boy? Last I heard he was still wrestliing with
      his conscience, and losing. But he was dealing with the BSOD, so
      maybe he finally gave up and set himself on fire.


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    For those of you that want to know what happiness looks like.
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    • Profile picture of the author goldie22
      Welcome back Kim! Glad you are out of the hospital and feeling better!

      Take care!

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  • Profile picture of the author seoed
    hello kim,

    I also didnt know you before but in a post I mentioned something about Quantum Healing and that everyone should participate in it. Its really something very easy but very powerful and everyone can do it within 3-5 minutes!

    I read a book about it and there was the talk of being able to heal even cancer! So, kidney issues shouldnt be a problem either, if God wills.


    It works from any distance but maybe it would be nice if your wife could do it for you by simply touching you with her palm.

    And it could even work for anything you like, not only health!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Sandor Verebi
      Hello Kim,

      Unfortunately, we don't know each other more closely. Therefore, allow me to say a warm welcome back from the critical care. If you already have an accurate diagnosis, then the solution is closer. Hang in there!

      For me, it was a heart-warming feeling to experience the alliance of the community, as everyone wanted to help somehow. In such case, one might think that what a good feeling is to belong to a helpful community.

      I thank all those who have once again demonstrated that the WF is the first in every respect.

      Kim, have a good time with your family.

      All the best,

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      • Profile picture of the author Barbara Eyre
        Heya Kim!

        It's so good to hear you are back home.
        I've been away from WF for several weeks (keeping nose to grindstone ... that's my story anyhow!) and just read all the threads concerning your little adventure.

        I'm so sorry you had to experience all that and hope you are on the mend!

        Take all the time you need to heal - we'll be here waiting for you!
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    I wish the best for you and your family. Very happy to help in my small way.

    Namaste!
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  • Profile picture of the author Zabrina
    Great to hear that you're out of hospital, even if all isn't yet well, and that the fundraiser worked so well. I really believe in the power of the WF.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    That is a great story, I hope all goes well, it's always nice to hear something good come out of a bad event
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  • Profile picture of the author Ronak Shah
    I would suggest if it is possible, Kim do some meditations, pranayama and yoga.

    I wish you are restored to good health asap.

    Have you heard of the Art Of Living foundation Kim?

    You'll be back to normal life very quickly if you practice what they teach at the Art Of Living Los Angeles | Art of Living Foundation, USA.

    When I heard about you in the hospital here, I was like WOW! these guys at WF are really very compassionate souls too and they serve an ALERT when someone is in the hospital. WOW! YOU guys are really great.
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