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Re: Reply..

Jesse,  I've been thinking of you and meaning to send a message, but things 
have been hectic here. I do hope your recovery from the hysterectomy is 
smooth - been there, done that.  It seemed to me that it took longer than it
should to bounce back, but just don't push it.  
Chet is feeling much better, thanks.  It was especially reassuring that the
doctors didn't have a clue as to why it happened, but told me that it could
recur at any time.  They gave him no medication, but a set of exercises that
should "train his inner ear" to avoid the vertigo.
Weather here remains in the high 30s to low 50s and heavily overcast.  So
drab.  It's terribly depressing.  A good cold, sunny day would help 
Here's hoping you have a placid, restful holiday season with family all 
around.  Best of everything.

In a message dated 12/18/2006 2:58:36 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
silverhawk@flash.net writes:
Auralie: I hope Chet is feeling better...and I can so relate to the
Seasonal Affect Disorder..I get that really bad too. And we've gone from
freakishly cold to freakishly warm in the past 3 weeks. It's been in the
70's this week. In DECEMBER? Then it goes to cold and rainy. Messes with

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