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59 minutes ago, KMD7 said:

You beautiful, beautiful people.

 

Bit overwhelmed here reading this tbh.  It's extremely humbling and difficult to process.  I've been posting here for nearly a decade now and it's been a haven, getting me through some tough tines,a lot of which  has been spent battling one type of ailment or another. I love the forums and have befriended some lovely folk on it.  It's truly a special place.

 

The good news is that the kidney my wife so kindly donated is to date, working perfectly. A super kidney as my surgeon Mr Robertson called it.

But then again my Mary has always been Superwoman to me so not altogether surprising.  The greatest human being Ive ever met and has literally saved my life and endured the pain of the Op in her uniquely calm manner. The procedure is a lot harder on the donor than the recipient but not one complaint from her. Amazing lady 

 

This will have a dramatic impact on my health and life so really looking forward to getting on with it once we get over this recovery period. 

 

Much thanks to ToxtethOGrady for starting the thread. 

 

Love you guys. Received this today from you all. We love it. 

 

Dec and Mary 

Xxx

 

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Probably the most blatant attempt at rep begging that this forum has ever seen. 
 

NEGGED. 
 

Welcome home. 

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Great to have you back Dec. Happy to hear you're both doing well and I hope the recovery with your new super kidney goes as well as it possibly can. Maybe's you'll inherit new super powers, you'll be sitting down to piss and taking control of the household budget before you know it!! Kudos to Mary, she's literally going to be a part of you from now on. xx

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Hats off to both Rob and Cath too; both wonderful, selfless people who genuinely care about others.

 

Knowing them both though that comes as no surprise, but thank you both anyway for (once again) going above and beyond.

 

Back of the net for The Mighty GF.

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3 hours ago, KMD7 said:

You beautiful, beautiful people.

 

Bit overwhelmed here reading this tbh.  It's extremely humbling and difficult to process.  I've been posting here for nearly a decade now and it's been a haven, getting me through some tough tines,a lot of which  has been spent battling one type of ailment or another. I love the forums and have befriended some lovely folk on it.  It's truly a special place.

 

The good news is that the kidney my wife so kindly donated is to date, working perfectly. A super kidney as my surgeon Mr Robertson called it.

But then again my Mary has always been Superwoman to me so not altogether surprising.  The greatest human being Ive ever met and has literally saved my life and endured the pain of the Op in her uniquely calm manner. The procedure is a lot harder on the donor than the recipient but not one complaint from her. Amazing lady 

 

This will have a dramatic impact on my health and life so really looking forward to getting on with it once we get over this recovery period. 

 

Much thanks to ToxtethOGrady for starting the thread. 

 

Love you guys. Received this today from you all. We love it. 

 

Dec and Mary 

Xxx

 

PS. CHAMPIONS

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Can only echo what everyone else has said Dec. Proper person you, and am still processing the fact your missus might be even sounder! Swift recoveries to you both.

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Good to see you back. Although not your back, as I bet that’s covered in scars.  Modelling career over. 
 

edit: maybe gloves? 

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Well in mate, glad to see yer back and doing well in recovery. Hopefully Mary will be feeling better soon, it’s hard seeing someone you love who has done so much for you in pain.

Keep away from any of the skanky fuckers on here for a good 6 months while yer immunity is smashed. I DM’d yer on twitter as yer mailbox here was full. 
hope the first post op shite went well!

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7 hours ago, Audrey Witherspoon said:

Well in mate, glad to see yer back and doing well in recovery. Hopefully Mary will be feeling better soon, it’s hard seeing someone you love who has done so much for you in pain.

Keep away from any of the skanky fuckers on here for a good 6 months while yer immunity is smashed. I DM’d yer on twitter as yer mailbox here was full. 
hope the first post op shite went well!

Haha, "the first post op shite"...that brings back some very uncomfortable memories of pushing out what seemed like a toddler-sized turd! 

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1 hour ago, Carradona said:

Haha, "the first post op shite"...that brings back some very uncomfortable memories of pushing out what seemed like a toddler-sized turd! 

As good as the drugs were, that hurt more than the fucking op (probably thanks to the opiates).

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10 weeks and countless hospital appointment later we finally felt well enough to have a small break so we rented a house in the most northerly part of Ireland near Malin in Donegal (thanks to the wonderful contribution from the beautiful people of Tlw) and have been touring the beautiful coast line. 

 

 

 

 

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Superb mate, it looks glorious. Great that you're out and about. If you have a mooch into the fields over the brows you may well find a cache of AK's, a coffee grinder and a few ballies. 

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4 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Superb mate, it looks glorious. Great that you're out and about. If you have a mooch into the fields over the brows you may well find a cache of AK's, a coffee grinder and a few ballies. 

Ha ha, cheers mate, wouldn't surprise me at all if I did! Proper wild and rugged around these parts. 

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Looks amazing that mate, if it was England that entire beach would be rammed, almost certainly including someone you went to school with and your current boss.

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