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Rough Week Round Two

By: Morganhell's @ 18:34 (EST) / 318 / Comment ( 4 )

Rough Week Round Two. So I sucked last month because I wasn't feeling well. The end of the month hospital admission for a few days showed why.

Then this month,played 9 out of 17 games listed in my profile. I sat out of the rest. Just wasn't up for it after I registered. Ended up back in the hospital for another 3 days. Toss in two more blood transfusions, more meds, and I finally got to go home. I missed the game, missed my friends, missed the donkies, and really missed my bed. I hate hospital food.

Hopefully, I can get my game back on track, make some money, and get better healthwise.
Everything should be fine now.
:)

See ya,
Morgan

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