Friday, 10 April 2020

Oh Bugger


As soon as I got home,
I started to have some symptoms of covid and am now on full lockdown
No cough but spiked a temp, joint pain and now loose stools and have a mild hangover feeling
Worried about the dogs a bit
Have been referred for rapid testing which is fabulous
Off to have a sleep, if this is the sum of my experience of covid
I hope I have it
Hey ho

156 comments:

  1. Oh No! Take care. Love from infected Florida.

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  2. Oh bugger indeed. I hope you test negative xx

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  3. I hope whatever you have, it remains a mild case.

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  4. If you let people know I'm sure they will be pleased to rally around to bring supplies xx

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  5. Oh John!!!! I third the top two commenters. I will send some hugs and good vibes to you. You are my first stop today too.

    Much love my wild turkey

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  6. Let us know. Interesting, I also have a mild fever today, up a little more than yesterday.

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  7. Anonymous3:40 pm

    How awful,I hope you test negative, and feel better soon. - Mary

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  8. Barbara Anne3:41 pm

    Dearie me! I hope it's just a run-of-the-mill common misery, especially since you don't have all of the sx. As jo(e) wrote, whatever it is, may it be mild.

    Hugs!

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  9. Rest. Rest. Stay in touch.

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  10. thank the dogs and cats for the NHS; if you lived here, you would be ignored. hopefully it's not covid.

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  11. so sorry to hear that. take care. get well.

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  12. oh no...when do you get tested? i sure hope you don't have it.

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  13. Take care John and I know your village will rally to help you and your dogs. Hoping it is not Covid virus. You will have a lot of us folks pulling for you. XXXXX

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  14. I hope you pull through it....whatever 'it' may be....as soon as possible. Am sure your loyal friends will help out with the fur babies, and provide you with supplies - they do already anyhow so that's sure to continue. Best wishes John xx

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  15. Not you? Our super hero!

    LX

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  16. Oh no, John. Say it ain't so. Please take care.

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  17. I'll be thinking about you!!

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  18. Thinking of you with my fingers and toes crossed xx

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  19. Take care and look after yourself. Hugs Heather

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  20. Oh no.
    Hope you get better soon! Please let us know how things go!
    Now I’m worried.

    XoXo

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  21. Oh dear! If you do have it, I hope it will be a mild case! Sending best wishes

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  22. Take care John hope friends will walk the dogs for you, it's all about you now - get yourself better - Worried. Betty x

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  23. Virtual hugs winging their way from sunny Manchester to you John. Get well soon!

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  24. This is certainly not what any of us wanted to read today. Please get better soon! xx Sue

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  25. Anonymous4:56 pm

    Sending healing energy to you! Rest and take care of yourself John. You are much loved.
    Cali G

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  26. Praying for you, John. Take care of yourself and be well. May your test be negative! And if it isn't, may it be a mild case you can recover from at home.♥

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  27. Prayers indeed for your recovery.

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  28. Please take care of yourself and rest. I hope it's mild and you're better soon.

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  29. I hope it isn't so. Many hugs and love from the middle of nowhere in Canada.

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  30. Gosh John ☹️. Take care, the dogs will be okay with you or just in the garden.

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  31. Anonymous5:18 pm

    So sorry to hear you’re not well xxx look after yourself, let your lovely village help out, and rest xxx sending good wishes x

    Sally

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  32. Oh no, look after yourself. Your wonderful village will rally round you I’m sure. Hugs x

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  33. Well that's upsetting to hear, hopefully nothing serious will come of this.

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  34. Sending you hugs and prayers for a quick healing.

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  35. All your fab neighbours and friends will rally John. Hope it proves to be a mild case of whatever it is and you're soon feeling better.

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  36. Take care, I hope if you have it, it's the mild strain. Get better soon.

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  37. Yorkshire Liz5:38 pm

    Tell yourself it's goat flu fresh from Great Orme and it won't feel so bad! You are far too tough to get what e drone else's having! Rest of luck. We are thinking of you and have you in our hearts.

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  38. As you say Oh Bugger. Hope you only have mild symptoms and everyone will check on you and help

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  39. Oh bother!! Adding you to the prayer list.

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  40. Oh no! You are in my thoughts. Hope the test comes out negative. Oh bugger is right.

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  41. Oh no! Take care of yourself and keep us posted.

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  42. Take care John. Hope it is something else and you will be over it by tomorrow. Keeping you in my prayers.

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  43. Sending you wishes for a negative result, but if it is indeed the virus, take very good care, and I'm sure your neighbours and friends will rally round and take care of all of your animals, as you would theirs. Thinking of you! -Jenn

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  44. I hope so very much you don't have COVID-19 . . . . . .or anything else serious John dear - you are in my thoughts and prayers X

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  45. Gulp ... good luck and may it be mild, my friend.

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  46. John - my dear one - thinking of you - hope it isn't but if it is I hope it is a mild dose. Take great care. As for the dogs - you have numerous friends in your village - remember that. xx

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  47. Hope your neighbours are checking in on your blog John. Take care and feel better soon. x

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  48. Oh gawd. Hope you've got a good supply of paracetamol.

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  49. Oh my... Hope it's something else. Just as the panic started over Covid, I managed to catch a head-cold. Gave me some anxious moments. Best!

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  50. Take care of yourself John. Here's hoping it's just a touch of man flu. Hugs and lots of love

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  51. Do everything you know you need to do to get you through this! And,hopefully, you will get through this like you would a bad case of the flu.
    Tots and pears -- thoughts and prayers! Hugs from Colorado!

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  52. John, we're all rooting for you. Keep strong x

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  53. NOT good news - I truly hope you have it mildly (if indeed you have it at all, and I hope you have something else). Glad you are to be tested pronto anyway.

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  54. Anonymous7:17 pm

    Adding my good wishes to you John
    Get well soon
    Tess xx

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  55. Don't Let The Bastard Virus Get You Down!
    All my Best Wishes
    Paul

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  56. Boris is on the road to recovery, and you must be about the same age. Good luck.

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  57. SpikesBestMate8:18 pm

    Love and hugs, John. Hope you recover real soon.

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  58. Warm wishes and hugs from New Zealand.

    Pauline

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  59. Please take great care - get lots of rest.

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  60. Oh my. I am so sorry to hear this news. I hope that you only have a mild case of it. Please rest and take care of yourself.

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  61. Sending healing thoughts your way. Get well soon, John.

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  62. Hope you are feeling a bit better tonight. X

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  63. Marilyn Westphal8:50 pm

    Oh NO!no..no..no..no! Please let it be "just the flu" or something off that you ate. If not let it be a mild case. You will be in my thoughts.

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  64. Oh John, we all love you so. Do get well soon.

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  65. I've suspected all week that I may have picked up the virus, and your symptoms match my own. I'm not sure how this has happened since I haven't left the house since I was discharged from hospital at the beginning of February.

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    1. I think it's in the air Mavis but"they"aren't telling us x

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    2. I agree... i truly think theres no avoiding it.. All you can hope for is a mild case...

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  66. Hi hun, sending healing *hugs* your way love goldensunflowerx

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  67. Oh John, I hope you do NOT have it! I’m thinking about you and will keep checking in hopes of learning that you’re well.

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  68. Look after yourself and don’t try and be brave and do a Boris if it starts to get worse .... get thee to hospital. It’s a bit of a Catch 22 ..... one wants to get it mildly to hopefully get antibodies but one obviously doesn’t want a bad dose of it. Sending virtual hugs and that you will feel better tomorrow. XXXX

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  69. Thanks all its nine pm and I've just kept most of the day
    I am getting tested tomorrow and I reallly hope I have covid if these symptoms continue the way they are
    The village has been a star
    3 minutes into putting out the news with the Trelawnyd what's app warden group , I had 7 offers of dog walkers and a delivery of soup
    Xx

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    1. Slept most of the day

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    2. Barbara Anne10:43 pm

      What lovely friends you're surrounded by in your sweet village.

      Hoping you get good news tomorrow.

      More hugs!

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    3. First week symptoms are usually mild.Look after yourself.

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    4. Whatever you have, I hope your symptoms remain mild.

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  70. Take care John

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  71. Rest, be good to yourself,

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  72. Good luck, John. Sending healing energy your way.

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  73. Heather9:28 pm

    Hope you get the results quickly and only get it in a mild form. Thought all your lovely neighbours would rally round. Get well soon.

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  74. Thinking of you.Glad you live where you can be tested.Take care of yourself Sir.The world is a better place with people like you in it.
    From California USA where we have been on lock-down 4 weeks and this is the reminder to not get complacent.

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  75. Bugger indeed.
    And hooray for a supportive village community.

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  76. Rest John ,the fabulous locals will help out with the dog walking I am sure. Fingers crossed you will soon be through whatever it is you have caught. Love from Cornwall.x

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  77. If it is- then I hope it's a mild dose that you can recover quickly from- and then breathe a sigh of relief.

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  78. oh no! I work in long term special care. I self isolated in February after being exposed to a co worker who had just then returned from holiday in Arizona. I haven't been to work since :( The PPE is prohibitive and sweaty! Still staying home, sleeping, eating healthy, LOTS of water, LOTS of naps.I'm in British Columbia and watching our Justin Trudeau every day :)

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  79. Yes, if this the sum, may it quickly be a memory. Wishing you well. Glad you're taking care of yourself. Thinking of you ... and thank you for the work you do. You make a difference.

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  80. Hope you feel good and get through it easily.

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  81. Anonymous10:01 pm

    Thanks,John, for leaving a note when you got up this evening. May whatever your symptoms are from be treated and soon be completely gone. Trusting you'll be all well again, I'll rest more easily tonight because you were kind enough to leave an update, xx oo - Mary

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  82. Oh no! I hope you don't, but if so I hope it is a mild case. I have known two people with mild cases and they both lost their smell and taste. Rest, nourishing liquids and stay home. Sending healing thoughts!

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  83. Keeping you in my thoughts!

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  84. suzanne dorries10:37 pm

    love to you John. Good luck and with loving wishes. Be strong. We all love you.

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  85. I have been so worried about you, sending healing thoughts.

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  86. Say it isn't so !
    Feel better soon.
    parsnip xx

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  87. Oh! Be well.
    It sounds odd (and frightfully overfamiliar as we’ve never met or even corresponded), but you mean so much to me... and to so many others.
    Be well!

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  88. Please take care of yourself and keep us posted!

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  89. Acetaminophen and plenty of fluids, dear John. Sending best wishes. You're in our thoughts.

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  90. Positive thoughts and virtual hugs coming your way, John. Be good to yourself!

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  91. Hoping the test shows negative, and maybe just a case of spring fever.
    Sending healing thoughts your way, dear friend.
    Jo

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  92. Best wishes for a mild case. The world needs folks like you.

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  93. I hope you have a mild case. Gaining immunity would be very reassuring

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  94. What! I hope it wasn't the unmentionables on your trousers from yesterday that has caused the problem.. I hope it is a negative result...as all above I hope you have the mildest of mild cases if it is it! Much love to you and your furbabies.

    Jo in Auckland

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  95. Oh, dear!! Finger's crossed for you, John, that it's a mild dose of whatever you have. xx

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  96. I'm late checking in but please do take care. Yes a mild case and then hopefully immunity would be a relief.

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  97. Oh, John. Best of luck to you.

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  98. With all us people sending good thoughts how could the virus dare to proliferate? Really hoping it's mild and then you'll be immune. Waiting to find out...

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  99. I hope this isn’t what you think, but if not, may it be a light case. Positive thoughts and lots of hope coming your way.

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  100. Oh dear John, I do hope you're OK. Do continue to let us know. Best wishes.

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  101. Crikey John:( Keeping everything things crossed for you, feel better soon♥ xxxx

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  102. Hell's bells! Just what we never wanted to hear! Fingers and everything else crossed for you - plus our thoughts (no prayers from me, being that they're so ineffectual!) For those of us who have till now not known anyone who's been directly affected by this scourge, may it please stay that way.
    Thinking of you deeply, JayGee.

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  103. Take care John and let us know how you are doing if possible. Su

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  104. I'm sure your villagers will rally round to help you.

    Rest up, get well and keep in touch.

    Sending lots of love xx

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  105. I can only echo everyone else. Take care and keep us posted. Fingers crossed for a quick recovery.

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  106. Thinking of you and hoping all will be well. Take care and keep us posted. You're very dear to all of us here. Jan xx

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  107. Anonymous10:34 am

    Wishing you a speedy recovery. Just looked back it's 10 days since you hugged a visitor at work. As you know most people have mild symptoms then bonus immunity.

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  108. Hope you are lucky and just have a mild case. Look after yourself and let others look after your fur babies xxx

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  109. Have you had the test yet? Where will you take that test? If it is COVID I am hoping that you only suffer the mildest symptoms. It's like a bloody raffle. Best wishes, Neil.

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  110. Take care of yourself John, look at all of these posts, you are loved. Get well soon.

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    1. How are you today John? Fingers crossed you have woken up your usual chipper self!

      LX

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  111. Oh no! Thinking good, healing, virus fighting thoughts for you! You sound like my guy. "We're ALL gonna get it. I'd rather get it early before the hospitals are completely full." He jarred up 8 or so quarts of chicken soup as "liquid medicine" for when (not "if") we get sick. Wish I could send you some from the US.

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  112. Hope you recover quickly, John.

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  113. Thinking of you. Hoping for a good recovery.

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  114. Sending you huge, healing hugs. Stay safe John.xxx

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  115. Oh crap, John. I pray you come up negative, and this is just a garden-variety cold or flu. Much love and healing thoughts coming your way. If love heals, then by God, you already are - so many love you!

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  116. Please be well! Praying

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  117. Oh dear sweetie. Do you have people that will check on you? I'm sure your neighbors and friends will walk the dogs for you. Take care and sending hugs.

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  118. I hope it isn't covid and that you get well quickly John. Be well soon. x

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  119. Sending all sorts of good wishes and thoughts from Houston. Hopefully whatever it is will be gone very soon .

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  120. Thinking of you. Take all the TLC you can!
    Bonnie in Minneapolis

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  121. Not what I wanted to hear this morning. Hang in there and fight!!

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  122. Sending you lots of love and virtual hugs xx

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  123. I hope it's not COVID and you're a little better this morning John - so many people care about you! x

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  124. Bad news. Hope the test is negative. Rest up.

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  125. Prayers for a mild case but more that you didn't get it at all...

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  126. i hope you are soon feeling better, lots of love xx

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  127. Adding our love and virtual hugs that you will soon be well.

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  128. I am continually amazed how much Love you receive here. You are a very fortunate fellow.

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  129. What ever it is I hope it's gone good and quick.
    All the best dear John, xx.

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  130. Hey John could you give us a little update to say you are ok. Get well soon

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  131. Barbara Anne8:11 pm

    Checking in for the 5th time today as it's now evening in Wales. Hope you can let us know how you are, as we care about your wellbeing and love you.

    Hugs from Virginia, USA (as opposed to someone named Virginia!)

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  132. Almost midnight here and i came to see how are you. I hope you are OK.

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  133. Claire9:17 pm

    Sending love John xx

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  134. Hi John, sorry you are showing symptoms whatever it is hope its mild and that you feel better soon. Take care.

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  135. Hope you are ok John. I've had what I assume was "it" and am just coming out the other side.

    Rest and recover xxx

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    1. Hope you're feeling much better now Sarah. xx

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  136. John please take care, waiting anxiously for a report. I am so proud of your villagers stepping up the way they have not only for you but also for others. Be well..
    Much love from Joyce in Indiana

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  137. DITTO . . .
    Bugger . ..
    Please be well . . .
    Thinking of you . . . caring!

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  138. I really hope you feel better soonx Arilx

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  139. Sorry to hear this and sorry I'm late in responding. Get well soon.

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