In a Private Room…Keith getting to check out today

I’m in a private room now.   Keith is getting to check out today.  I’m weaker than I expected.  Everyone else says I’m doing great.   More tomorrow.



About sskelton

42 years old. 2 lovely daughters. Married to high school sweetheart for 20 years. Interest included photography and motorcycles. Time is spent with family, church and youth soccer teams. And I practice law some too.
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7 Responses to In a Private Room…Keith getting to check out today

  1. Brent says:

    Hang in there. I’m glad to hear that everything went so well. It’s going to take some time so be patient. I know that’s asking a lot of you, but you don’t really have a choice. Hope to see you back soon.

  2. Kathy says:

    Dwyane and I are praying for you!
    Today we will specifically pray for strength…and that you don’t over do it.
    I am overwhelmed with praise that this has gone so well.
    Prayers, Blessings, and Smiles from Lufkin
    Kathy and Dwyane

  3. ghazala and musa says:

    You have lived with poor renal function for a long time, possibly a low Hemoglobin due to low Erythropoetin and had a decently long surgery. These things tend to make a person feel quite weak. You also pushed yourself way beyond the limit prior to the surgery – I could not believe how you just kept on going, your body will need time to recover now. Rest, take it slow, like a real man 🙂 .

  4. Sheri says:

    Glad to hear Keith is getting to check out and glad to hear you are still doing really well! Hopefully you will feel stronger tomorrow.

    Being in a Private room will probably help too.

    Tammy Curry Pikilton called me tonight to check on you and wanted me to tell you and Sheila she said hello!

    See you tomorrow sometime!

  5. sheri says:

    Listen to Ghazala and Musa! Even though resting and taking it slow is not what you usually do:) It is what is best right now!

  6. Oris & Jane (Smith) Williams says:

    So glad your surgery went well. Keep the positive attitude; that is half the battle.
    We will continue to stay in prayer for your successful recovery.

  7. Bob and Betty Anderson says:

    Scott, so glad that you are progressing well with everything. We missed the Skelton family in church today, but look forward to seeing you all soon. Take care and we wish God’s blessings on you for a speedy recovery.

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