Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Taking the casualty challenge to extremes

Interruption to any painting for a few days will be one of the effects of having endured a Hernia operation. I was really not looking forward to this medical adventure but now less than 24 hours after the operation I am at home being well looked after. While in hospital overnight I learned that Morphine is no fun at all and I am sure I have a low pain tolerance. It took a while to get the pain to bearable once I was awake in the very busy recovery room. On the morning  of the operation I managed to get my Casualty bonus challenge images to Curt at Analogue Hobbys before I was checked in. But for now I am going spend some time in bed, watching telly and seriously taking it easy. Hmmmm. Perhaps fit in some wargamers on line retail therapy. 

Cheers and look after yourself.
Brendon

21 comments:

  1. Ouch! Do rest and get better soon.

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  2. Wishing you a speedy recovery Brendon.

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  3. I had a minor operation for the first time a few years agaoi and found the whole thing quite traumatic. Get better soon. Shopping is an excellent idea!

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  4. Take care mate and rest up. Hope you are feeling yourself again soon.

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  5. Hopefully you'll have a speedy recovery.
    Cheers
    Seb

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  6. Get well soon. I admire your commitment to the challenge ;-).

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  7. That is real enthusiasm for the next theme... maybe a bit too much! ;-)

    Hope you get well soon!

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  8. Brendan
    Take care and rest up. I would have accepted the photo at the top as your "casualty" figure.
    Cheers
    PD

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  9. Best wishes to you, take care of yourself.

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  10. Thanks everybody.
    Cheers from me in bed.

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  11. Get well and return to us hale and hearty Brendon!

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  12. Hmmmm . . . seems this challenge is even more dangerous than I thought!

    Stay safe and obey the medics.

    ;O)

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  13. Thanks Paul.
    Slowly getting there.
    cheers

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