Closing Shop

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Closing Shop

Post by Kijek » Mon Apr 02, 2018 20:47

Cleaning and sanitizing my little sausage shop over the next week and cover things up with sheets to keep dust off equipment.
Seem I now need a total left knee replacement on 5/9/18 and between now and then I have a few doctor appointments for per-op and need to watch my heart health so all goes well.
With that being said, no since in starting anything now, as I can't be going up & down the stairs to my shop.

But don't worry, I'll be here till then and as soon as I can get back on line and back in business I will be.

My understanding standing is, after 5/9/18 it will most likely be 2+ months before I'll be doing and consistent stair climbing, but I will be pushing my therapy hard, to get back up and running again, it's been to long and to much pain.
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Post by harleykids » Mon Apr 02, 2018 22:03

Best of luck with your surgery!! On a positive note, you will have alot of time to read this forum!
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Post by Kijek » Mon Apr 02, 2018 23:31

That's what I saying......
I'm not going anywhere, and I'll be here chatting, every time I can.
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Post by Butterbean » Tue Apr 03, 2018 03:23

Good luck with the surgery. I've been there myself. Same knee. What helped me a lot was getting in salt water after surgery. I went to the beach and soaked as much as I could and was walking at the end of a week.
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Post by sambal badjak » Tue Apr 03, 2018 06:29

Good luck!
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Post by airbrush » Tue Apr 03, 2018 12:46

Good luck with your surgery!
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Post by bolepa » Tue Apr 03, 2018 14:30

kijek, everything will be OK with you. Come back to this board sooner... I wish you all the best and Good luck!
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Post by Kijek » Sun Apr 08, 2018 23:27

Now that the shop is clean and closed up, my mind is going a mile a minute, this is going to be a long hard wait.
And Cajun with his new ideas (bacon wrapped filets) is driving me nuts.
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