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May 11, 2008

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Erin

Ouch, that sounded painful! I hope the tubes do their job and the infections are gone as quickly as possible, and that your hearing returns. Happy Mother's Day!

paige

Ouch, you poor thing!I'm glad to know there was relief on the other side of the tubes. Be well, and happy belated Mother's Day!

Katy

I wish you better hearing soon, better Mothers' Day next year, and I'm glad you're not dead! Or dead soon! It really sounds awful and you are a true champ for finding the silver lining in honing your visual/silent teaching skills. I love the picture of the very happy looking boys.

Katy

I wish you better hearing soon, better Mothers' Day next year, and I'm glad you're not dead! Or dead soon! It really sounds awful and you are a true champ for finding the silver lining in honing your visual/silent teaching skills. I love the picture of the very happy looking boys.

Anne

Erin, I hope you're feeling and hearing better! That sounds positively horrible, especially the pain part. The gooey stuff -- well, I'm the daughter of a particularly gruesome nurse, so I am the proud owner of a very strong stomach due to our dinner table conversations when I was a kid. :)

I hope you continue to improve -- when can you expect to get the tubes out? Or are they a permanent fixture?

Sweet photo!

Maia

Ah, I had to fish back and read this. Yes. It's a weird thing, eh? When there are reasons that not hearing something might actually be preferable? But the pain sounds like it infected everything - so you couldn't get to the nice transcendent state of just... not hearing. Heh.

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