12 thoughts on “A look back in time

  1. I’m glad it didn’t cause any nerve damage! I sliced the side of my finger open from the tip to the base and when I went to have it taken care of my regular Doctor asked me if her friend, who was a visiting surgeon could stitch me back up and when I asked why she told me, ” He’s a plastic surgeon Anita, and he’s very very good at what he does.
    You can’t even see the scar. It’s only shows when I get some sun – then you can see this fat white line. Sometimes the same finger tingles when I’ve been typing for a long time. But that’s it.

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    1. So am I. It was lucky the chainsaw was stopping and really just deep scratched me and didn’t tear the skin. It was funny I didn’t feel a thing and there was hardly any blood. I have a wide scar which is hardly unnoticeable now

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  2. Hey BB
    Glad it wasn’t worse and that is awesome how it turned out leading you to such an amazing doctor
    There are so many below average ones out there and that is a huge gift!

    I had to get stitches last summer (but my shin on a piece of metal) and the doctor that did the stitches was wonderful too!
    I have sent a few people his way because he was that good!
    And he also asked me if a nurse aide could watch the stitches being done and I said yes
    But you know that was another example of how great he was !
    He was mentoring and active with the staff!

    And the slice in your leg looked scary

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    1. Oh yeah. You should have seen all the nurses and doctors faces when I said I cut my leg with a chainsaw. Even the Dr who had a look before the nurse took out the stitches was amazed at the healing. He has been my GP ever since 🙂

      PS For some weird reason, your comments are turning up in the trash. But you aren’t the only one so if there’s a delay in replying you know that I haven’t checked the trash folder yet.

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