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George and I have arrived in Seattle. After a very tense drive to St Louis (his battery wouldn't charge from the car), we had a panic moment when the 2nd battery died as we landed.  We are now sitting plugged in and waiting for snuff charge to get us to the next area to charge. 


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Donna B replied on Sat, Mar 9 2013 10:55 PM

Judy T-Bellingham:

George and I have arrived in Seattle. After a very tense drive to St Louis (his battery wouldn't charge from the car), we had a panic moment when the 2nd battery died as we landed.  We are now sitting plugged in and waiting for snuff charge to get us to the next area to charge. 

Judy, glad you are back in Washington!!!

What is it that requires charging?  Is it something to do with the oxygen tank?  That must have been an extremely stressful flight!

I have been thinking of you and George all day.  Hope all is better soon and that you get him in to a specialist asap...

T & P,  

 

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gini replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 3:15 AM

Judy, I am so glad you arrived back home with your family to give you and George their support.  Remember to take care of yourself, too.

sam and I got home at midnight.  It will be so nice to sleep in my own bed.

liz, your first post was A-OK

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Donna B:

What is it that requires charging?  Is it something to do with the oxygen tank?  That must have been an extremely stressful flight!

I have been thinking of you and George all day.

 

Literally a day from hell. We stopped twice on the drive home from Seattle to charge that blankety blankety oxygen thingy. The company is going to hear big time about that. Yes, very stressful drive to St Louis, very nervous on the flight watching the battery meter drop, very stressful ride home trying to find a a place to pull off the freeway and plug him back in. I do not know what we would have done if my daughter hadn't picked us up and driven us home.

But, we are home! With our dog. Thank goodness for our two daughters. We wouldn't have made it without them. Now we can get on to the business of settling in and getting George's condition on track.

Good night ladies. 

 


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Ginny replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 7:24 AM

Oh my Judy, You certainly had a hard road home.  Sounds like you had a portable oxygen concentrator to use for your ride home.  Actually, that is usually better than an oxygen tank as those small oxygen tanks last only a couple of hours or less.  You couldn't have transported enough tanks to get you home.

 Is this concentrator one he will be using at home when he goes out?   I'm certain he won;t hae the problem with it then as he can get used to the amount of time he has before charging is needed.

I am just so glad that your daughters were able to help you along your way.    Good luck and just rest for a bit before tackling anything else  You and George are in my prayers.    Ginny

 

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Leslie replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 8:03 AM

Judy, so glad you and George, finally made it home

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Leslie replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 8:05 AM

Gini, happy to hear you and Sam, also made it home

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Frances replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 8:42 AM

Judy T-Bellingham:

Donna B:

What is it that requires charging?  Is it something to do with the oxygen tank?  That must have been an extremely stressful flight!

I have been thinking of you and George all day.

 

Literally a day from hell. We stopped twice on the drive home from Seattle to charge that blankety blankety oxygen thingy. The company is going to hear big time about that. Yes, very stressful drive to St Louis, very nervous on the flight watching the battery meter drop, very stressful ride home trying to find a a place to pull off the freeway and plug him back in. I do not know what we would have done if my daughter hadn't picked us up and driven us home.

But, we are home! With our dog. Thank goodness for our two daughters. We wouldn't have made it without them. Now we can get on to the business of settling in and getting George's condition on track.

Good night ladies. 

 

 

Yeah, Yeah Judy and George are home, so glad you have got there at long last, i bet you breathed a huge sigh of relief when you walked in the front door, i am so glad you got there safe and sound.
lots of love
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Gini - Glad you and Sam are home safe.

Judy - I feel bad we separated!! You seemed in such a positive place that I thought it would be an easy trip for you - Maybe my car could have charged the oxygen.  Anyway will mail your items out this week

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Marie replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 10:25 AM

Judy, I'm so sorry you had to go through all of that, my thoughts and prayers were with you and will continue to be until George's condition is resolved.

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Barbara replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 10:31 AM

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Barbara replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 10:31 AM

ok everyone I made it home safely and went staight to bed sorry , I was just worn out. I'm fine had a marvalous time. despite the last day when I was hurting so bad .. I so happy everyone had a good time .as well . Barbara

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Thea replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 10:37 AM

Judy, I am so glad that you are finally home.  Many prayers are going up for you and George and hoping that the trials will now get easier as you are back home.  I can not imagine the stress you were under looking at that little guage.  But you are safely home now and that is all that matters for the moment.  Take good care of yourself and I truly can't wait to see the pictures of your quilt finished - it is beautiful.  A great work of art.  I enjoyed very much meeting you and didn't get sick at all - so we didn't need to worry... B-12 shots do work - at first I had my doubts but my doctor was right on.  Take care of yourself and your daughters and your DH.

 

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Thea replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 10:38 AM

Barbara - glad to see you made it home safe and sound.  I am sorry you are hurting and hope the pain disappears quickly.  It is good to be home!

 

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ls2116 replied on Sun, Mar 10 2013 10:42 AM

Barbara glad to hear your back home.  Get some rest.

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