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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

You may have noticed we have been away from the office this weekend.

I would like to explain why I have not been publishing this weekend, or "minding the store" so to speak.

Saturday night, when we were getting ready for bed, Gladys, my wife for 48 years, had a fall and broke her left hip. We went to the emergency room in the Whitefish hospital about an hour from here, and by noon on Sunday she had a complete hip replacement surgery.

We are back home now and she is on her way to recovery. She is walking with a cane, and not in a lot of pain, which is amazing considering what happened and when it happened.

In any case, we had good insurance for the medical, like hospital and doctor, with a low deductible.

I think the only things it doesn't cover is meds, and travel back and forth to the doctor for follow up visits.

We don't have anyone helping so I have to care for her, and might be a little slower in publishing Anna's articles for a week or two until she can move around a little better. She has to be real careful and I am doing her chores, but we are happy with the way everything is going.

This could have been a lot worse. Since Gladys, at 67, is in near perfect health according to all the tests she had, the doctor said it's one of the easiest operations he has done, and he does almost 150 of these every year.

Thanks for your patience and your prayers, and thank God for big favors, and little ones too.

Please know we are praying for you all as well.

Paul Stramer

29 comments:

  1. My thoughts are with you and yours

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  2. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.

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  3. Both of you are in good hands bless you.

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  4. GOD BLESS YOU AND GLADY,S. WE ALL WHO FOLLOW APPRECIATE WHAT YOU DO ON THIS SITE. THANK YOU AND WE WILL PRAY FOR YOU BOTH. I AM JUSTIN TURNER SPRINGFIELD , OREGON AND 64 YEARS OLD. PRAISE GOD WHOM THRU ALL BLESSINGS FLOW. LOVE J.T.

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  5. Wow great job at staying healthy Gladys! The doctor gave you high Mark's and your up walking! Fantastic!

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  6. sorry she had the fall and being only 67 ( I turn 67 on the 30 th) breaking her hip. You do what you got to do. Life will go on and we can catch up to Anna when the time comes

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  7. You are in my thoughts and prayers! Praying for strength, comfort and peace!

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  8. Hope both of you the best...and your whole team...hip replacement these days have become easier and with the new plastics there shouldn't be much pain and should heal quick....i know people who have had it and they all say good things about it...!!

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  9. Sorry to hear and happy to hear things worked out. Best to all.

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  10. Sorry for your pains,our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!

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  11. FOCUS AITKTV27MA18
    I HOPE GLADYS BE BETTER IN A FEW TIME. BLESSINGS!

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  12. Thank goodness all is good. Blessings

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  13. Praying for Gladys' complete healing and recovery.

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  14. Tell Gladys I am praying she gets well soon. Heart goes out to you both.
    My grandmother had hip replacement in the 90s and took months rehab. Very amazing she got to come home. Take care of her first!

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  15. Thank you for your considerate info to the readers on this site and since Gladys is basically good and healthy, just a bit of patience and she will be whole again. Thankfully that the fall did not have worse consequences. Blessings to both of you!

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  16. Paul, so truly sorry to hear of this mishap/accident. Such things are quite startling and can throw a person for a loop and changes everything quite suddenly. I'm pleased to hear she came through with flying colors and wish her a very speedy full recovery.

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  17. Much healing and comfort for you Gladys! You're in great hands!!😇

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  18. Paul,
    Sorry about the news and am very glad all is OK. In our hearts and prayers!!

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  19. Glory to the living God all is well at the Stramer house✝️🤠 lots of loving attendance = speed & whole recovery. Rich blessing and divine peace rest upon you both. #tujesus
    did notice the lapse btw😎

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  20. Paul,
    So sorry to hear of the accident. Godspeed to Gladys's full recovery and Godbless you for stepping in as the caretaker role. Our prayers are with you both. IJCN healing abound!
    Rene'

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  21. old folks should live on the moon, with 1/5 earth's gravity.
    DONALD J TRUMP is a very wealthy and generous man. He can help!

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  22. I pray that your wife of such a long time and I am sure lot of happy times overcomes her obstacle with ease. Sending my energy and love. God Bless:

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  23. I 'm praying for a trouble free recovery, sounds like Gladys is really healthy so should heal up just fine.

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  24. Judge, it has been said repeatedly that an SES executive cannot be fired. This claim makes no sense whatsoever. Can anyone out there cite chapter and verse of why an SES executive cannot be fired? I challenge the assumption and particularly so in any evidence beyond a blanket statement which sounds like a complete lie to me. I would thank you to answer this in a public forum for all to see no matter the outcome. Thank you.

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  25. A broken hip is certainly an emergency, however replacing a hip is not an emergency treatment. It is impossible to evaluate the pro and cons in that short time. I wouldn't believe they thought about an allergy test besides Titanium is toxic for the body, especially for the kidneys. (Conflict of interest in the hospitals these days) Need to pay attention now to drink sufficient so not to cause more complications. If she starts to get vision problems (can see only half of an object at once), nephritis (Bright's disease) or eczema, lupus, rhinitis, it might help to antidote with Titanium C200 (homoeopathic form).

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    1. The main problem we all have that is underlying all our other problems is that some how we have all become "Gluten Intolerant".....Dr Wallack takes calls from people on "COAST TO COAST (KFI) all the time and no sooner do they describe their systems, the first words out of his mouth is "gluten intolerance"....At our age we all have it....tell the Dr to check Gladis for gluten intolerance" immediately..!! That goes for everyone on this site. I'm going to do it myself as soon as I see my doctor again....Its the GMO's that have made us all glutin intolerant..its easy to test for, so do it...!! The real problem after that is trying to stay on a "gluten free" diet..Damn near immpossible...!!

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    2. Only about 50 years ago, the gluten content in wheat was only 5 percent. Today it's 50%. No miracle this intolerance appears now.

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  27. May YHWH look after Gladys, and lead her to a full recovery, in his name and for his glory, let it be so.

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