Taking The Day Off…

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13 Responses

  1. Erunner says:

    I don’t understand why a person would post false information about the health of a person. Or why others would find joy when another is ill. You’re battling a lot Michael so take things at a pace that is best for you and it seems a bit of Trey time never hurts! πŸ™‚

  2. Michael says:

    Thanks, E.
    I have much new empathy for you and your kidney stones issues now… πŸ™‚

  3. Erunner says:

    Yeah, they’re a joy!!

  4. Ike says:

    Glad your doing better Michael!
    I know heart issues aren’t easily fixed!

  5. Michael says:

    Thanks, Ike.
    The longer I last the better and less invasive the techniques are getting to fix these issues…so I’ll plod along as long as I can…

  6. Dan from Georgia says:

    Michael, I’ve never had kidney stones, but I have had gallstones and gallbladder attacks. Finally had the thing removed in 2005. I hear that the pain is similar. Death was preferred in my mind to enduring the pain.

  7. Alexis says:

    Take care of you. A day off every so often is good and needed. And if I haven’t said so, I come in here daily and I enjoy the site, the posts and the comments very much. I learn a lot! Enjoy the rest of your day Michael. πŸ™‚

  8. Duane Arnold says:

    β€œThe real problem is not why some pious, humble, believing people suffer, but why some do not.”
    ― C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain

  9. AA says:

    Pray you are renewed with a little R&R. Looking forward to the next CCC installment.

  10. Captain Kevin says:

    As much as I look forward to reading new posts, may I encourage you to take as much time as needed. You are loved, Michael.

  11. JM says:

    Late seeing this. So very sorry, Michael. We do continue to lift you up in our prayers. We know that you are attempting to do a difficult thing in what you post, so we can’t help but wonder if the enemy is trying to slow you down as well. Altogether, what you face is formidable even without the liars. Just know you are remembered and appreciated.

  12. Michael says:

    Thank you all for the kind words and prayers.
    I’m going to be on and off for the next few days until this resolves a bit.

  13. Headless Unicorn Guy says:

    I had serious diverticulitis (requiring emergency surgery) some 11 years ago; some years previously, I had to rush a friend to ER because of a severe kidney stone. No fun.

    But your aneurysm is the most serious of all; if it pops, you’ll die within minutes. Period. (As did another friend’s grandfather and a well-known small-press cartoonist in the circles I run with.) DON’T MESS AROUND WITH AN ANEURYSM!

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