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11/11/2020 THANK YOU TO S.P. Family and Friends

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

This I assure you will be brief.
First my heart felt Thanks to everyone of you for your prayers and well wishes.
Next, my Thanks to all my fellow Vets, no matter to conflict or side. Only we can know what life in a fox hole is like. And we survived it. My prayer to all the Military families who's loved ones did not return. Your loss is shared by we who stood shoulder to shoulder. We miss them also.
Thanks to my Daughter-in-Law. She and the pee wee water taxied over Suva from Gau with a couple sets of cloths, P.J.'s (which the staff won't let me wear yet), and my beloved Laptop. Never have I felt this alone since I lost my wife.
Lastly to my kerfuffle. I'm still in the Suva Hospital 0n Fiji's main island. Tomorrow or Friday local time they are planning to transport me to the other side of the island to Nadi. A bigger hospital in a bigger city.
Following days and nights of test, specimums, and just plain P.I.T.A. the doctors say I fell...........
Now here's an interesting point. If you had the need to stay in a U.S., Canada, or U.K. hospital you will have to agree that most of the doctors treating you are foreign nationals. I have even heard bigots complain, "Where are the Doc's from our country. Don't they know our kids need jobs too.
To those individuals I say, "Stick a sock in it." I found the U.S., Canada, and U.K. Docs doing their internship and residency here in Fiji. It's a thing.
Well it's just past midnight and our Nurse Ratchette wants me and my laptop to bed.
Will try to write soon.
I owe you guys a pile of TODAY'S TIPS
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