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Looking to find Desk Work

Tom Woolford

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Not too bad. Actually I'm pleased at how well it is going. I've got most of my mobility back, no lifting or anything of course, but all the swelling and bruising is gone, staples gone, and pain is very minimal. Haven't taken any pain killers since day one when they pretty well slipped me a mickey. I got lined up with a couple desktop providers and have done 2 drive-bys. All my kids and my Ex have been keeping a close eye on me and doing the stuff I can't. They're all good girls. Just might find me a really nice Single Malt I've been wanting to try :) Thanks for checking in, I appreciate it (y)
 

KYLECODY

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Arizona
Not too bad. Actually I'm pleased at how well it is going. I've got most of my mobility back, no lifting or anything of course, but all the swelling and bruising is gone, staples gone, and pain is very minimal. Haven't taken any pain killers since day one when they pretty well slipped me a mickey. I got lined up with a couple desktop providers and have done 2 drive-bys. All my kids and my Ex have been keeping a close eye on me and doing the stuff I can't. They're all good girls. Just might find me a really nice Single Malt I've been wanting to try :) Thanks for checking in, I appreciate it (y)

Good job, nice to have some people in your corner to help. Time is a nice healer..Stay strong.
 

Michigander

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Michigan
Not too bad. Actually I'm pleased at how well it is going. I've got most of my mobility back, no lifting or anything of course, but all the swelling and bruising is gone, staples gone, and pain is very minimal. Haven't taken any pain killers since day one when they pretty well slipped me a mickey. I got lined up with a couple desktop providers and have done 2 drive-bys. All my kids and my Ex have been keeping a close eye on me and doing the stuff I can't. They're all good girls. Just might find me a really nice Single Malt I've been wanting to try :) Thanks for checking in, I appreciate it (y)
Glad to read you are doing so well after surgery.

Now that you have had some time doing desk work, how do you like it? Itching to be back in the field?
 

Tom Woolford

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Florida
Desk work, I could get used to it, but did an FHA yesterday on a small house to ease back into it, I don't see me ever totally giving up fieldwork, especially with a new, pain free back : )
 

jay trotta

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Connecticut
Glad your doing well, perhaps keep some DT and Field work, they do offset each other and if steady a great break from each other if desired.
All the best
 
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