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Discussion in 'Horse Racing' started by Ron, Mar 13, 2021.
Cheers, but I've to quarantine now for 2 weeks.
Hope everything turns out ok for the young lad Ron
I really hope your grandson gets well and has a speedy recovery x
..thank you for taking your time to run the competition Ron, I hope you have a great weekend.
Thanks folks. Still waiting for my dinner
Best wishes for the Grandson Ron.
Thanks for a fun competition.
So sorry to here this Ron. It's never nice when you feel a bit helpless to do anything yourself I know. I hope everything goes well and will keep all things crossed it does. Keep the old chin up.
Thanks for the competition Ron and fingers crossed for the family.
Thanks for the competition Ron and best wishes to your family!
Well done Karlos and Ron for the running of it.
Sorry to read that Ron hope he pulls though OK.
Karlos - Cheltenham Festival Competition Champion 2021
Congratulations Karlos !
and well done Ron for organising
Well done Karl lad. Great effort Ron running the compo
Few too many sherberts today..lol..but hope the little one pulls through OK Ron..
Best wishes Ron
Great fun the competition - thanks for running it Ron and very well done Karlos on winning!
Very well done Karlos and thank you Ron for running this great competition. Congratulations to all having a winner at the meeting. Ron I really hope your grandson gets well and has a speedy recovery. Best wishes from germany.
Congrats Karlos, well played. And many thanks Ron for running this despite your family problems. Hope the little chap is doing ok
Thanks for running the comp Ron and well done Karl!
I haven't been posting any updates because it has been a very worrying time. But I am pleased to say he came home today and is a very happy little lad. It's not all been doom and gloom. The hospital had sports coaches and he was given football, basketball and archery coaching. They also had teachers so he kept his schooling going and he had a school evaluation the other day. He has a tube sewn into his arm which feeds directly into the main artery in his heart, to enable feeding treatments and drainage for analysis. Nurses come in daily. Amanda just picked up his first month's medication. OMG I have never seen so much, €2000 worth apparently; just for one month. The Pet scan (Positron emission tomography) and DNA analysis they are doing now should pinpoint the root source of the mutated gene that has caused the problem (immune system and organs shutting down). The hospital have done a great job. Nurses bought him a Leggo set and awarded him a bravery diploma. We have to be extremely careful, house sterilised and no shoes allowed in the house, earth based plants all had to be removed
But he's home, at least for now, and he is one happy bunny
Great to hear he is home Ron. Fingers crossed they can get to the root cause and fix it.