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Resume Your Mark

January 25th, 2012

Tomorrow is the day – January 26. Don’s surgery is back on. They called us from the surgeon’s office on Tuesday to let us know, which only gave us two days’ notice. He’s to report to the hospital at 10 a.m. for hydration (lie around while they drip saline into him). The operation is at 2:00, and should last 3 to 5 hours, depending on what they find. He’ll be in the hospital 3 to 5 days, maybe as much as 7, also depending on what they find.

In the meantime, I’m running errands, getting bills paid, cleaning house, doing laundry, and trying to carve out time to do a little re-writing. I’ll take a copy of my manuscript with me tomorrow. I always have big plans to write while sitting in the hospital, waiting. Hasn’t happened yet, but there’s always a first time.

I’ll report when I can. Wish us luck.

4 Responses to “Resume Your Mark”

  1. Sherry Hooker

    Hi Donis,
    So sorry Don and you are going through this. My husband, Ed and I went through similar a few months back. Ed’s recovering nicely, but he’s waiting to go for another surgery now. My prayers will be with you both.
    PS
    Just found Crying Blood on Kindle book. Will be reading most of the night, I imagine.

    Prayers and (((HUGS))) to you and Don.
    Sherry

  2. Donis Casey

    Bless you, Sherry. I haven’t had time to post progress yet, but the operation went well and he’s still recovering nicely in the hospital. He may get to come home Wednesday or Thursday. We should compare notes. Best of luck to Ed for his upcoming surgery. Let me know how it goes.

  3. Moonshadow

    Hi Donis,
    I just found this site looking to see if you had another new book out yet and saw this health issue you and Don are surfing. Hope Don is safe at home by the time you read this. Peter and I send our love and healing thoughts!
    Take care
    Love
    Moonshadow

  4. Donis Casey

    Moonshadow, how nice to hear from you! Thank you for your love and healing – we’ll take all we can get. Best to Peter.

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