Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Red Dawn, The Movie - Update Surgery - Thanksgiving Day Wish - Upcoming Give-Away


This afternoon Bulldog Man and I took our son to the theatre to watch Red Dawn.  The movie opened with current events occurring around the world.  Great movie to watch, but I was a little disappointed in the cinematography; it was jerky, like video clips seen in those video games.  All in all, it’s a movie worth watching.
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Update on our son Tank. Early this morning, we were scheduled to see the orthopedic surgeon on a follow up appointment for the work completed on our son’s hand.  The surgeon advised that Tank’s hand is healing and it’s time to remove the pins.  To remove the pins will require a live x-ray and another surgery.  The doctor also found another problem; apparently the tendon is an issue and may require additional surgery.  Right now we’re waiting for a phone call to schedule surgery for removal of pins and a MRI test.
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“Thanksgiving Day is a jewel, to set in the hearts of honest men; but be careful that you do not take the day, and leave out the gratitude.” –E.P. Powell

Stay tuned.  After the holiday, I will be organizing another give-away. 




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8 comments:

  1. Happy Thanksgiving Sandy. Hope you and your family have a very blessed day!

    Glad Tank is on the mend. We sure were thankful when we were able to have the pins removed from the Marines foot.

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    1. Happy Thanksgiving Mamma Bear. It's great to all the hardware out (foot) when ever possible. Please let your Marine know we thank him for his service. My husband retired Vet., from Air Force worked with the Marines many times.

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  2. Thinking of you and yours! Hope all goes well with the surgery! Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Thank you, were just waiting for the doctor's office to call with the scheduled date. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!

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  3. Way, WAY back in the late 50's, my brother (age 16) accidentally cut through his lower arm (muscles, tendons, ligaments) with a large piece of glass.

    The old family surgeon used his forceps and - WITHOUT ANESTHESIA, pulled the tendons DOWN, along with the torn muscles and ligaments, and sewed them in place.

    Good luck Tank! And be grateful for anesthesia!!!


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    1. Thanks Lotta Joy, he's very thankful for anesthesia!

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  4. Wow, I'm way behind on my reading! I need to go back and see what happened. THoughts and prayers for peace and healing for you all!!!!!
    I am looking forward to the new "Red Dawn" Hard to believe it was made nearly 3 years ago and they have held the release!! Our generation is anxious to see the remake. Glad you liked it

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  5. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

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