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    Thoughts and prayers coming from VT too.
    Get better Team Teebow... Come on...you can do it!
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    Default Warm wishes your way

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family too.
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    Thinking of you guys!

    Incidentally, if you want Hiram and I would be willing to try that cardioversion thing for a lot less than those high-fallutin' docs . . . I'm pretty sure we could help you guys out by hooking up Tom to some booster cables and connecting them to my 4Runner . . . on second thought, maybe Tom better stay right where he's at. . . .

    You've got a lot of friends thinking of both of you . . . keep the faith.
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    cheryl, i'm thinking of you and tom. i know you will both find the strength to get through this. best wishes
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    Thinking of you and sending well wishes your way!!
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    Tom is home!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Everything went fine, he is exhausted and still a bit nervous of the a-fib returning. I plan to get his butt out there caching and walking. I keep telling him that he can walk as slow as he wants, no rush.

    Please keep him in your thoughts, he is still recovering from this scary ordeal.
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    Woooo Hooooo! Tell him to follow doctors orders and life should be good. Walking is usually good. Take your time regardless. Prayers are answered and will continue!

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    Thumbs up Glad to hear...

    Cheryl, I'm so happy to hear that Tom is home. The Docs can treat you, but recovery is best at home. No doubt about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    Thinking of you guys!

    Incidentally, if you want Hiram and I would be willing to try that cardioversion thing for a lot less than those high-fallutin' docs . . . I'm pretty sure we could help you guys out by hooking up Tom to some booster cables and connecting them to my 4Runner . . . on second thought, maybe Tom better stay right where he's at. . . .

    You've got a lot of friends thinking of both of you . . . keep the faith.

    better leave the stuff to the professionals, if you see a 4runner in your driveway, lock the doors, shut off all the lights, pull down the blinds and pretend no one is home...

    glad all went well and that you're on the road to recovery
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    Great news!! Here's to a speedy recovery!

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