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Good News My Doctor Yesterday


SirSnookalot

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My back is healing nicely and can get out at my own pace. Some of my more delicate problems will not be treated with surgery or chemo, I'm elated and could not have asked for much more.

 

I have decided to give up fishing all together, my target to get back out there maybe January.  I do not plan much BR activity until I get back into the swing.  Quite honestly I don't care about rods and reels now.

I spend most of my time reading and watching current events, that's my focus for now.

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I'm glad for you. 

 

Isn't it amazing how illness or a potentially serious illness or injury gives us an entirely different perspective on life's priorities.

 

Take care.  I have a hunch that if all continues to go well you'll break out a rod now and then, but not with the same intensity.

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My back is healing nicely and can get out at my own pace. Some of my more delicate problems will not be treated with surgery or chemo, I'm elated and could not have asked for much more.

I have decided to give up fishing all together, my target to get back out there maybe January. I do not plan much BR activity until I get back into the swing. Quite honestly I don't care about rods and reels now.

I spend most of my time reading and watching current events, that's my focus for now.

Kick back and watch football...

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This is goodness.  Kick back, relax, and let things heal.  The fish will be there for you when you're ready to return.

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Take care, relax, enjoy the other things of life.

 

Been in an "other things of life" phase myself for

most of the summer, though not due to injury.

 

Bass beware, I'm comin' for ya in the Fall!

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