ill in hospital

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  1. NORM

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    Hi all motorhomers i wish i could add some good news but can't,on sunday 19 april
    i fell off my roof with my left leg still inbetween the ladder steps and guess what?
    snapp my ankle and tibia smashed and broken just imagine a bottle opener and a bottle.
    Well i am in my hospital bedtypingthis feeling grogy 6 dayslater all casted fed up:ROFLMAO:
    the thing is i amway 26 july fora month in the pyinees in my new motorhome and i am driving looks like thats out of the window now
    any ideas thanks all.
     
  2. Jim

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    Hi Norm, that sounds terrible, I hope that you heal quickly and can get back out in the motorhome ASAP.
    Get well soon :thumb:
     
  3. pappajohn

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    hi Norm,

    this sounds like the HSE should be involved. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    seriously, i hope you recover in time for your trip to the pyrenees (none of us can spell it :RollEyes:).

    if they were straight forward breaks, no pins/plates, i would think you have a good chance as you still have nearly 12 weeks to heal.:thumb:
    good luck.

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  4. Sweet Chariot

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    Hope everthing turns out ok have you asked the missis if she could operate the clutch. Only Jocking hope you recover soon.:thumb:
     
  5. dylan

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    Oh you poor thing ! get well soon - real soon!:thumb::pray:
     
  6. NORM

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    hi all its 05.30 laid here in hospital thanks all these replies keeps my spirits up godbless all
     
  7. Jim

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    Chin up Norm, just think of that lovely NHS breakfast you will be tucking into shortly. :Eeek: ::bigsmile:
     
  8. dylan

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    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: you are supposed to be cheering him up Jim !:winky:
     
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    All the Best from me as well Norm.:thumb:

    Yummy. Breakfast time.[​IMG]

    Hopefully you'll be fully recovered to take the Motorhome abroad.[​IMG]::bigsmile:
     
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    all the best norm,get well soon,MUZ
     
  11. NORM

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    hi again 16.54 nearly tea time vissitors have gone its realy great that you people are out there cheering me up its not called motorhome funfor nothing.
    i have had plates and scews and 2 operations this week fingers crossed for july 25.
    its nice to come back to this thread and read your replys thank you all for been supportive well here comes my tea lamb and potatoes and sticky toffee pud and custerd yummy yummy talk to you all later bye.
     
  12. dylan

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    Norm that dinner sounds good ! not your normal stuff ! Lets hope all goes well with the ops you have had and the motorhome gets lots of use.
    Take care
    Eileen
     
  13. roadtraveller

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    Sorry to hear about your accident, get well soon, and hang those ladders up for good. ::bigsmile:
     
  14. dylan

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    How are you feeling Norm and whats for dinner ?:thumb::Smile:
     
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    GET WELL SOON:thumb:

    Stuart and Carol
     
  16. NORM

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    monday 28 april roast beef and yorkshire and chocalate pudd and custard for yesterdays dinner dylin to day sweet and sour chicken and vanilla sponge and custard
    the food is ok just want to go home now over a week now.
    just keep on:Sad: posting these threads to me it keeps me well talk later bye.:cry:
     
  17. Geo

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    Hi Norm
    Thought you'd treat yourself to a well earned "Break" did you:ROFLMAO:
    Get well soon matey but you must give us the full story, fell orf me roof :Doh:just aint enough, we want to know what were you doing up there in the first place. We need a HSE section on the forum how not to behave with a motorhome, :Sad:
    Only last year we had someone try to take his leg off with a 9" cutter/grinder doing a bit of diy with his motor:whatthe:
    send all our love to the nurses XX:Blush:
    Geo
     
  18. martyn

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    Hi Norm,as Geo. says we need chapter and verse as to why you were up on the roof in the first place.As an aside, if you are unable to make your holiday,i will be more than willing to take your new motorhome to Spain or anywhere else that takes my fancy, as long as you leave a big bag of euros under the seat for expenses,beer ,food ,beer, tolls, more beer and the occasional glass of wine.:ROFLMAO:
    Joking aside hope you recover soon.:thumb:
     
  19. Munchie

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    Wishing you a speedy recovery from both of us. ::bigsmile:

    Perlease let's not have an 'elf n safety section on here :Eeek:
     
  20. Maddie

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    You poor thing, that just sounds and is awful. Thank God for the laptop!! :thumb:

    I have got to visit hospital later for a ......wait for it.........stoma open day . I have no idea what they are going to show us.
    I am a stoma patient and I can just imagine that they are going to announce the stoma bag of the year, etc. :ROFLMAO:
    I want bags with smiley faces or as my 13 year old suggested, a big bum on it. :roflmto:.

    Your recovery will go a lot faster if you can see the funny side of things.

    Good luck.

    Kind regards

    Maddie
     
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