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My father in law had a stroke today. Maybe you noticed that I wasn't riding on any newbies today, but something more important came up. He is the superman of the family. Everybody's hero.

 

Luckily a county nurse came to the house (to do routine work on my mother in law) and found him on the floor. Since it was less than three hours from the onset of the stroke to the time he got to the hospital, he should be ok. He was able to meet the qualifications of some new drug.

 

He has no feeling on one side and can't see or hear very good yet either. A full recovery is possible but we don't know yet. (He feels good enough to be watching the Twins play, he never misses a game on tv.) He takes care of his wife who needs more medicine and care than anybody that I will ever, ever know if I live to be 120. My family is with her now since she can't be left alone.

 

Some thoughts and prayers would be helpful.

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When I say he was a hero, I mean that he was a great athlete when he was younger. The area's top football player and great baseball player. When they announced the all conference team, his photo was page one and everyone else was on the next page. Class president, student council, the works.

 

Also a war hero that worked in code breaking while stationed at DC. To this day, he can't tell anyone what he did in the service.

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My father in law had a stroke today.  Maybe you noticed that I wasn't riding on any newbies today, but something more important came up.  He is the superman of the family.  Everybody's hero. 

 

Luckily a county nurse came to the house (to do routine work on my mother in law) and found him on the floor.  Since it was less than three hours from the onset of the stroke and the time he got to the hospital, he should be ok.  He has no feeling on one side and can't see or hear very good yet either.  A full recovery is possible we don't know yet.  He takes care of his wife who needs more medicine and care than anybody that I will ever, ever know if I live to be 120.  My family is with her now since she can't be left alone.

 

Some thoughts and prayers would be helpful.

 

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My thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care and God bless.

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