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    back home
    hula_dancer73 posted:
    I am home in O'ahu.

    the cruise was alot of fun. However Idid have a cast on for 2 weeks to try to stablize it did not work ,now into therapy for 6 weeks.

    currently in another boot for my ankle adn after PT will have a revsion of ankle, but can not worry aboutt hat right now.

    it is 3 hrs earlier that what you have if you ae in the Pacific time mom ;eft today and my left as well. my aunt is a RN for ICU babies.

    I just thought I would let you know I am back.

    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Welcome home hula!!!!! You know I wish I was on the island to welcome you in person

    Glad you had fun - sorry about the cast

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