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How's the 2020 going for you so far?
I had a pretty decent year except for the first week of September where I got hit by a drunk driver ( I was on a bicycle, he was behind a wheel). I got one spinal ring crushed on a spot, pelvic bone was smashed as well and had a ton of internal bleeding. That all happened on September 12 (dude had 1.7 of promiles of alcohol in his blood btw). Good news is that I can feel my legs and I'll be able yo walk eventually. But it's a long road til I get there.
On a plus side, once I be able to sit straight, I'll have a huge backlog of AAA games to play and enjoy. Cheers!
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Not so shitty compared to you, it seems
I'm now at the physiotherapy clinic (will be there for 21 days) and will do exercises twice a day. Right now I can use a walker, then it will be off to crutches and then hopefully I will be able to walk on my own (but it will take time to get to that point). Also, as it turns out, the guy that hit me with his car tried to flee the scene at first but his car tire exploded shortly after so he decided to come back to the scene of the accident. What a nice guy
That sounds like you are going to get some money.
Ouch, I hope there won't be any after effect for you !
Small but important update: I can use crutches starting today. No balancing problems and I can walk with them just fine. So yay me!
You'll be up and about in no time! Congrats on the milestone!
Yay you! This is good news indeed! I hope you'll soon be traveling the world and sending postcards again :)
Congratulations with your recovering and good luck with restoring all your strength and agility and best mood also!
You seem to have the most positive attitude! I feeel like you can overcome any obstacle, don't give up!
Keep fighting brother! Get well soon!
Hey, Xarabas! I'm glad to hear that you are healing up from the accident. I'd not seen anything about it since I saw your original post about it.
Cheers & Enjoy Your Backlog!
Oporavi se brzo i drzi se druze:)
Get well soon!
Super secret teaser trailer for my upcoming autonomous walking feature:
All in all, I'm pretty happy with the progress so far. I'm getting released from the clinic on Tuesday so yay, looking forward to video games again. What are you all getting me as presents for my homecoming?
Congrats on the recovery. This will arrive in 3 days to your door. No more scratches Xarabas.
This is great news. I am so happy so see you back on your feet. (I only saw this thread now.)
After my own experience with back surgery last year, I can absolutely feel some of your pain, so I am wishing you a speedy recovery.
I am now at home!
Welcome home! Is this Gin on your screen? What is the first thing you did when coming home? What will be the first game you gonna play?
That's great! Congratulations and all the best for the remaining recovery!
There's no place like home. :)
Welcome home! I just saw the video of you walking with crutches, I'm glad you're walking! Did they give you an estimated time on how long you'll need them?
A year, maybe less. I can already walk without crutches in my house
Hi now at home, I'm adam!
just watched The Taking of Deborah Logan, IMDB's 6.0 is fitting overall. I would give more if they leave out the supernatural stuff. While it was interesting in a way, the "natural deterioration" was a LOT more creepy and effective than spirits and rituals.
Especially that I had a few weeks-months over the past year when I had to live in one household with a senile old man. Getting yelled at for something that he perceived and was nowhere real or accurate, then also getting accused by family with lying leaves a mark, and made the more uncomfortably familiar at points.
Holy crap...glad that you're still with us! Man, 2020...what a dumpster fire full of cat turds.
But, I suppose as long as we're on the right side of the dirt, we should all celebrate. I like your attitude! :)
Glad to hear you're on the mend!
I am sorry that happend to you...I hope your recovery goes well.
Always look at the bright side of life