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Building up good Karma while you await the healing to finish.  Good to hear you're on the mend!

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Good work! I wish you the best with your recovery. I'm pleased you're doing so well so far.

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Now that's what I call recovery with style - good on you Skate!!

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I know the feeling. Nothing like it when you find it for them. I found a class ring that was lost for 20 yrs and found a mans wedding band at a park. He said it saved his marriage.. 

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Thanks for sharing your story....it was great !!  You have a great attitude !!

Be careful out there and fully recover soon. 

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Superb, Skate!

Great to hear you are up and about, and even better to hear your story!  It may not have been MUCH swinging, but at least you got to swing a little, AND do a good deed in the process!

Steve

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Nice going Skate. Wishing you a speedy recovery and some gold rings you get to keep soon.

strick

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Well done skate returning lost items always gives you a high like you say and this gentleman was lucky you have such a big heart. Hope you can get out swinging in the not too distant future. 

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Well done!!

 

 

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