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G-Town's Comment
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Still herr. They lt me finally wake up a half hour ago. Had the longest nap ever had since Sun. More to come. Thanks for all prayers from folks means a lot

Welcome back! Thoughts and prayers continue for a speedy and thorough recovery.

PackRat's Comment
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Still herr. They lt me finally wake up a half hour ago. Had the longest nap ever had since Sun. More to come. Thanks for all prayers from folks means a lot

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Good to hear, pal. I know you're recovering and all, but we got this load that needs to get to New Haven, think you can cover it...?

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Turtle wants to be a dispatcher? No you can do this one since you’ll get it on time. I’m going to be in for PM for awhile so I better turn that one down. Maybe I could use the hadcap parking spots at the TS now?

Dispatcher:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
Old School's Comment
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Maybe I could use the handicap parking spots at the TS now?

You sure could. I'd be glad to see you in one. Hang in there my friend. You've got a lot to deal with right now. We're all glad to hear from ya!

PackRat's Comment
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Lots of IV stuff and shots too. Groggy after the long nap

millionmiler24 (CRST Amba's Comment
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So glad you are ok PackRat. Still prayin for ya. 😜

PackRat's Comment
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Thanks all for prayers and advice. No more mountain climbing for me. At least no more ropes and pitons. All yours now Brett. Glad I got to do the big ones before this hurdle happened. This will be a long trip but open delivery time at final.

Marc Lee's Comment
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Positive thoughts and prayers Pack Rat!

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Great news! Heal quickly my friend

PackRat's Comment
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Another “PLUS” day today. Got three of the four drains removed, and down to only one IV bag of anti-rejection drugs. Cut my Percocet dosage in half, so only one pill now every eight hours. Did two laps around the recovery floor I’m on now since I left the ICU floor. Fluid intake is good and my appetite is fine, according to all the doctors. Things are still progressing well ahead of the doctors expectations. My thoughts and head are much clearer today as well. Thanks for all the prayers and positive thoughts!thank-you-2.gif

Bruce K.'s Comment
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PackRat, what you have described is amazing to me. I still remember the first transplant by Dr Christian Bernard, if I’m not mistaken. How far they’ve come. What is the normal recovery process now for a ticker transplant?

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