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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:58 pm 
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Since Saturday I mean. Is he for sure on top of it now? I'm glad he feels good to be feeling good.

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Oh, he's going back to school tomorrow...

Brought him to the doc Wed, Thu and Fri... but, by Sat he was feeling better and yesterday we had to let him out to get on his bike for a while... Today, well, he's rarin to go.

The boy made it through with flying colors and I think he's ready to get back into the swing of things...

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Glad to hear that news TT.

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Good news Tom. :-D
Youn'ins tend to bounce back fairly quick. 8) They don't like laying around like us older folk do. :-D

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Good news Dad,.. thanks!

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Thanks for the update, Tom. Glad Dom is going to be fine.

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SSSOOOOOOO glad to hear your young'un is doing great...

And glad that his case of the flu was and easy one too. If and when the flu rears its ugly head this winter, he can thumb his nose at it..

I had it already!!!

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Fantastic news


What new toys did he get?

since you have had personal experience, did the docs say you can catch it again?

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Well, Mango, Dom probably can't catch it again...

But, Rhonda, Steven and I can still catch it... :mad:

Bring on the vaccine!

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Great news about Dom, Tom.
Hope the rest of the family stay healthy!

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Good to hear Tom. :-D

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So glad he is doing well Tom.

Very good news my friend


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Great news TT. Now just keep everyone else healthy. Easy for me to say - no kids :)


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PK wrote:
Great news TT. Now just keep everyone else healthy. Easy for me to say - no kids :)


It's tough when you squeeze all those kids into schools... They pass all those germs... Yuck....

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man, I'm so relieved that he has gotten better-- make sure you take care of the rest of you as well
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