HIPEC, cytoreduction, appendix cancer, pseudomyxoma peritonei, mucinous adenocarcinoma, PMP, or "jelly belly"
So glad that you are on the "other side" of the surgery - love to see the pic of your baby blue socks that match your blue cotton gown.. looking forward to seeing more steps in the near future - we are surrounding you with light and love.Julia, Jim, Jon and Jessie
my 3 year old calls those socks "Super Socks" for some reason. Imagine yourself the Man Of Steel. Glad you're continuing to do well. Recovery seems to take F.O.R.E.V.E.R. but it will soon be a smidge of a memory! Keep walking as much as possible- You'll be glad you did!Are they asking you "The Question" yet? :)
Up and around! Great news!Once you say yes to "the question" you can start looking forward to your first solid food!(i hope you like toast no butter!)Mark
"The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step" as they say...it's awesome that you have already taken yours! Keep up the great work Dan. Your friends and colleagues at Lakeland are sending, and will continue to send, positive thoughts and prayers your way. :o)Allan Mitchler
Dan,Glad to know the surgery was a success. Best wishes for a continued speedy recovery. Look forward to chatting soon.
For what it's worth, as long as you are at least able to take a few tentative steps, you probably could do as good a job of covering the Cardinals' receivers as the Pack did last Sunday! Still praying for you, Dan. Keep getting better!!! Joe
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