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No flying for a while
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dshemelrick
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July 3, 2012 - 2:07 am

On June 22nd I suffered a massave coranary heart failure and was dead four seperate occassions and shocked over 11 times and then frozen down to 33.4 degrees and slowly unthawed at .5 degrees and my heart is now pumping and finally came home yesterday. Cant fly due to a defib unit that depends on wi fi  and electrical charges. At 55 i did not think it would happen to me and came without any warning whatsoever and now considered a walking talking miracle and will be fetured in a AMA article and study but i would have rather not had to go though this and telling all to watch diet and exersize and stress levels .

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Supernova
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July 3, 2012 - 4:46 am

Excellent advice, and I am glad everything is ok now, best wishes to you Don and keep us informed Smile

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CPD
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July 4, 2012 - 12:31 pm

Hope you get better! Just keep us posted and keep yourself going. Find something else to do in the meantime. Build an rc boat, build model helicopters, really just build anything or find another timekiller to do while you can't fly.

 

Keep up hope that you'll get better and keep us in the loop. Maybe if you can't fly, you could help give advice and whatnot to keep yourself interested.

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dshemelrick
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July 18, 2012 - 9:16 pm

Thanks guys,far from out of the woods yet .Been moving slowly and fustrated at what I cant do and hope it gets better.Have pulled out a few sets of Lionel trains and working on them fom my easy chair when I feel up to it.Used to have an extensive collection of them but pursued other hobbies and kept a few sets that im now going to add on to again.Portable defib unit stops me from moving around and going to far.

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Syma Freak
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July 19, 2012 - 4:36 pm
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Dshemelrick- You hang in there buddy,the heart is a muscle and takes time to repair it's self-Keep at those trains,the important thing is to keep your mind off your health and put energy into your mind which in turn will help you get well again-- If you were up to typing on your computer feel free to write me a post on say RC toy helicopters,your trials and tribulations,I will start up a section for you on the forum or maybe a page people can post articles-just a idea-let me knowWink SF

"Fly like a butterfly sting like a Syma" http://syma107.com

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JamDJ
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July 24, 2012 - 12:51 pm
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Don, Get well soon! Amazing the theraputic results of a Lionel train. Somehow that air-whistle

seems loud, but calming into our hearts. Here's a hobby 2-fer for you: If you have a flatcar

or flat-bottom gondola on your train, gently tie your 107 onto it "for long distance travels"!

The scale is close enough to be real. Take care.

                                                                       JamDJ

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dshemelrick
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July 28, 2012 - 6:14 am

Thanks jam and had already thought about flying one from a flat car as train is moving but right now not getting much play time in. My lungs are weak and having a few problems and everyone is used to me moving at hyperdrive before this happened and keep telling me to take it easy now but if I move any slower id be sitting still.

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Syma Freak
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October 28, 2012 - 5:42 pm
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dshemelrick said
Thanks jam and had already thought about flying one from a flat car as train is moving but right now not getting much play time in. My lungs are weak and having a few problems and everyone is used to me moving at hyperdrive before this happened and keep telling me to take it easy now but if I move any slower id be sitting still.

Just touching base to see how you are doing? let us all know,,truly hope you are doing ok now..SF Wink

"Fly like a butterfly sting like a Syma" http://syma107.com

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Chief-T
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November 16, 2012 - 2:46 am

Hope your getting better. Thats one heck of a story. keeping your mind occupied on something when your pretty much laid up is the key. Take care and get better.

 

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