He’s Alive A L I V E

I was in surgery for about 90 mins . . .   it went better than expected. They only had to drain fluid around the left lung cavity and didn’t need to scrape. Lung reinflated OK… it had been like a taco down low, so now the  flow is better.

I’m in my recovery room. It’s in ICU due to crowding. Private room!!  Sitting in a chair. Feeling great! MIGHT even be released Friday!!! I’m addicted to the blog and had to get back online.  Thanks to all who enquired.  Those darn “motorsickles.”


Unrelated thought worth quoting: “I don’t want a pickle, just want to ride on my motorsickle. And I don’t want a tickle. ‘Cause I’d rather ride on my motorsickle and I don’t want to die. I just want to ride on my motorcy…cle.” – Arlo Guthrie 

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Mr Half Dome. Has written the only half dome hiking guide, One Best Hike: Yosemite's Half Dome. Has hiked it 31 times to day. Lives in San Jose, CA Available for presentations. Carpe Diem Experience, LLC
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5 Responses to He’s Alive A L I V E

  1. Randy says:

    Your accident must have been even worse than I though. Your recovery treatments sound like no picnik at all. Maybe it could be considered torture? Godspeed, and recover well. Nice that you can still blog though.

  2. Tom Whitman says:

    Any improved Bionic joints or limbs?

    • Mr Half Dome - Rick Deutsch says:

      I gotta a 4 inch titanium plate in my collarbone. Maybe it will deflect bullets! matches the one I have in my left eye socket…a ski accident 12 yrs ago – I dont; ski anymore.

      Rick

  3. Scott Baines says:

    No live-blogging of the actual surgical procedure itself? I guess they prohibit laptops in the OR…

    Glad to hear it ended up being less invasive than it could have been, and I hope your recovery is going well.

    • Mr Half Dome - Rick Deutsch says:

      I’m ready to get up and resume my wacky life. The incision on the left chest where the tiny tv camera went in now feels like a knife twisting s l o w l y. Percaset kills that pain. Me and Michael Jackson. And the catheter up the Johnson was no fun…but would be useful on superbowl Sunday with a keg of beer.

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