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PostPosted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 8:19 pm 
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Oyabun wrote:
Hey Chicaboo,
Hope you've healed up good since May. How things are going with you and the scoot?

Hey Oya,

It took about 8 weeks for the ribs and soft tissues to be fully healed and 10 weeks for my spine to sort itself out.
I've only ridden the scoot once since the accident, and every right-hand bend/turn scared the hell out of me. :(
I haven't ordered the parts to fix the scooter, but it's rideable the way it is. I do have a Tsukigi exhaust ready to put on.
At the time my friend never came to help me work on the scooter, and the raise I promised wasn't worth telling me about...

Mum's dementia has gotten quite a bit worse this year, and since I care for her and my handicapped brother I don't have anyone to help me out if I get hurt again.
Work consumes most of my time, too. So any free time I do get I tend to focus on my health (riding the bicycle) and trying to relax without stressing myself.
Since June I've been getting the extensive termite damage on the house fixed, and hopefully that's winding down soon to just architraves and skirtings.

So yeah, when I got the scooter last year, life wasn't as complicated. Now I have added responsibilities and less time, plus I've just plain lost the nerve to ride...
As for me being inactive on here, I wasn't enjoying the experience. I check in occasionally, and have noticed since I've gone so have the ones that soured my time here. :|
Anyhow, when I care enough to work on the scooter and post my experiences, I will. I think that pretty much covers everything. I just need to find the itch to ride again.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 21, 2017 3:27 pm 
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It took about 8 weeks for the ribs and soft tissues to be fully healed and 10 weeks for my spine to sort itself out.


Welcome back! Great to see you posting again on this forum. :D


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 21, 2017 4:02 pm 
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Good to see you back. So your boss is still a bum, many are these days.

Stay healthy. :) :)


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Good ro hear that you've got mended - some of the other new is not great though. Keep on healing and don't stress about not riding the pcx.
BTW, You see - your absence was noted, and many expressed their gratitude and good wishes that you're back.


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