Sunday, January 01, 2017

Hi Everybody, I had a mild stroke and am at United Hospital in St. Paul in the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Center. (Jennifer is typing this for me) Prognosis is good they seem to know what they're doing. The nurses and therapists are paying special attention to me. :)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Take care Stan. You'll be back in business soon!

Pat

Steve Rolfsrud said...

Stan, Good to talk with you today. We, including our kids, look forward to hearing about your progress.
Steve and Nancy

Anonymous said...

Hey guy, put some clothes on! Just kiddin. I have every faith that the rigorous rehab program they put you on will have you back in business.

SSue

Anonymous said...

Stan, Best wishes that you recover fully and are back home soon. Ramona

Anonymous said...

Hi Stan,
Happy to hear it was a mild stroke. Hope you have a speedy recovery. Lots of positive thoughts coming your way.
Paula

Anonymous said...

Hi Stan, You're looking good..It's a good thing too, I hear Birdie' s home eating on a ham bone and your favorite pair of slippers. You're in good hands especially Kathleen's.

Anonymous said...

Hope your on your feet and back home soon.

Anonymous said...

Take care Stan. Glad to hear your recovery is going well. Else

Wayne said...

Hello Stan. Thanks for the update. Glad to hear the words "mild stroke". Best wishes for a quick and complete recovery.

Becky Jerdee said...

Ask Solveig about our DNA...lots of spunk for quick recovery, she told me when I sat in that bed in September :) Sister Becky

Marsha Pundt said...

Best wishes Stan... We know you will progress faster than Most... Jeff and Marsha

Anonymous said...

There are many more wishes on our JHS Class of 65 site and on my home page. People are thinking of you and wishing you the best.

SSue

Anonymous said...

Looks like you are right on track. Keep up the work and we will look forward for you to resume command of Abbey Point.
John and Mary

Anonymous said...

Stan,
I'm praying for your speedy and complete recovery and return home. And very encouraged to hear that you are getting the best of care and support from your family, which is priceless. By the way, I am one of your old class mates from 1965 and remember you well and with nothing but good memories. Glenn Anderson - Tacoma, Washington.

Tom said...

Good to see you are up and blogging. Although it was nice that the Story Grandchildren were "blog headliners" for a week. You are in our thoughts.
Sandy & Tom