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 #91377  by Mark
 Sat Apr 04, 2015 12:12 pm
:D :D
 #91406  by Zukiwi
 Sat Apr 04, 2015 8:53 pm
Deigh, great to see your positive and humorous attitude to your challenge. All the best for your recovery and the music. And make sure the grandson follows your ways, including on the Waitahanui ;)

Cheers
John
 #91415  by deigh1
 Sun Apr 05, 2015 7:59 am
Grandson too interested in bikes and other youthful things to concentrate on fly fishing. He did go a few years ago with his Dad and caught a trout from a boat, so he has something to boast about.
We have a lot of humour in our family and I try to inject some of it into the stroke forums I frequent. This is very difficult because there is nothing funny about a stroke and only one forum I know of actually has a 'funny side of life' post. I have only found one fellow guitarist using the forums and surprisingly he had completely different problems to mine. He had not lost strength but had lost feeling in his hands, so I was unable to either offer to or receive advice from him.
Bugger
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