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Monday, August 28, 2017

surgery

Hi guys it's me Katipa soon I'll be joining the nurses in the theatre to do my surgery. I'm a little bit worry'd because i wont be able to talk or eat anything until the 3 weeks are done I had some doctors talk to me about it earlier and said that I had to go to the another room.
Now I'm going to the surgery "here I go and its verry cold in here?"
now I'm nervously going now the corodor and to the theatre "okay I'm going now see you guys later in 3 weeks?"
bye bye

36 comments:

  1. Wow Katipa! You are really brave. Do you have a teacher at hospital? You can show her or him our class site. Remember to email Mrs Pou and I if you need any help with anything that you choose to learn.

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  2. Hi Katipa it’s Lucy. How are you feeling after surgery? How long till you can come back? I would be nervous for surgery too. Is this the last surgery?

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  3. Hi Katipa.
    Are you feeling okay? Are you hungry? Three weeks that is so long without food. I can not imagine not being able to talk or eat for that long! I hope you are better by the time you get back to school. See you next term.

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  4. Hi Katipa, what do you do while you are in bed at the hospital? Three weeks without food or water. Do you get really hungry and thirsty? If you can’t talk do you write on a piece of paper? I hope you feel better soon.

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  5. Hi Katipa
    How are you feeling? Do you ever get hungry? Do you ever get bored in hospital? Do they give you anything to play with? 3 weeks is a very long time being stuck in hospital. We hope you feel better soon.

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  6. Hi Katipa,
    How have you been? It must be really hard to not eat or drink!! Te Ngahere misses you and we can’t wait for you to came back!! We hope you feel better soon!!

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  7. Hi Katipa, it’s Molly. You are really brave to have surgery! Three weeks is very long time to not talk or have food, a lot of people in Te Ngahere couldn’t go three weeks without food. You are really brave and Te Ngahere wishes you the best and looks forward to seeing you again.

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  8. Hello Katipa, It’s Saff. You are very brave to have a surgery, it sounds very scary! II had a surgery once because I stuck a bean bag ball up my nose! lol. See you in 3 weeks!
    Saff

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  9. Kia Ora Katipa, It’s Alexsi. You are really brave and strong going through theatre and having surgery. We all believe in you and know you can do it!!!
    Are you scared? How will you eat?
    We can’t wait to see you in three weeks. Be Strong! Believe in yourself! You can do it!!

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  10. Hi Katipa,
    It’s Kiana How have you been? It would be really hard that you can’t eat and talk for three weeks that would suck. But hope you get well soon!

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  11. Kia Ora Katipa it’s Arihia,
    How are you? Te Ngahere misses you. Three weeks is a long time! I hope you are ok, did the surgery hurt, or did you get numbed?

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  12. Kia Ora Katipa it’s me Missy,
    We really miss you. How are you feeling after the surgery? I really hope that you are ok. WOW three weeks is alot. I really hope you feel and get better soon.

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  13. Kia ora Katipa, it’s Thomas Here. You are really strong and brave having surgery. Hope all goes well. I don't think I could go without food or talking for three weeks. How long did the surgery take? Te Ngahere is really looking forward to seeing you again.

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  14. Hi Katipa,
    How are you feeling? WOW! You're really brave. It must be really hard not to eat, drink or talk for 3 weeks. We Hope you feel better soon!!

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  15. Hello Katipa, it's me Izaiah. I hope you are doing well in hospital. I can’t wait until you come back to school and I miss you. You are very brave to be having another surgery.

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  16. Kia Ora Katipa, it’s Ocean. You are really brave and strong to do something like that we all think that you can do it!!.
    How are you going to eat?
    Are you scared?
    We cannot wait for you to get back in three weeks.

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  17. Hi Katipa. Good to see that you are okay. You are very brave in having another surgery. We hope that after that surgery you still are okay. We can’t wait to see your return in term four.

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  18. Kia Ora Katipa, it’s Chevy.
    You’re really brave. It would take a lot of kaha to be where you are right now. And wow you can’t eat or talk for three weeks. Can you drink water? Since you are not eating for three weeks how are you supposed to not get hungry?

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  19. Hi Katipa, it’s me Kingi. I hope your are doing well in your recover. That is a long time without eating. You are brave to have a surgery. Is the hospital scary at night? See you in term 4.

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  20. Hi Katipa I hope you get better I also hope that you can eat something and that you come back soon to play with us. You said that your coming back in three weeks, thats a lot of time
    I wish that you could come earlier and that the surgery does not hurt you.

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  21. Hey Katipa, its Mishaela.
    You are so brave going into surgery and having such a brave face on. We had a talk with Mr Lindsay and he said that he has had the same experience with a surgery.

    With Love Mishaela ^-^

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  22. Hi Katipa.
    I hope your surgery goes well. 3 weeks is a long time without food! I personally would feel HORRIBLE! How are you feeling? Don’t be nervous. Surgery can be a bit scary in the beginning, but from personal experience, you will feel MUCH better after!
    Freya

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  23. Hi Katipa,
    Its me Reitu, You are really brave going to the theatre and having a surgery. Wow! Three weeks of not eating or drinking. I wouldn’t survive that.
    Aren’t you scared?
    Why are you having another surgery?
    Will you have to eat food blended?
    Well, wish you all the best and Te Ngahere hopes you’ll be better.

    Reitu

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  24. Hi Katipa it’s me Lennix hope you are ok? It is so sad that you are going into surgery. How are you? I hope you are well? . Miss you Katipa. Bye Lennix.

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  25. Hi Katipa. I hope you get well soon. It must be hard when you can’t eat or drink. I hope you feel better soon. Do you come back in term 4? That is a really long time!

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  26. Hi Katipa. Are you feeling well? You can't eat or talk for 3 weeks! That's a very long time, I hope you feel better soon. Don't worry surgery can be scary but it's all fine in the end. Can't wait to see you. Hope your surgery went well.

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  27. Hi Katipa, it’s me Vanya how are you doing?
    Te Ngahere is missing you very much hopefully you will get better soon. I have done lots of writing when you were gone we are nearly finish all of them. We wish you lots of love, you are lucky to spend some time off school. Wish you get better everyone wish’s you love. So sorry you can not talk to people or eat for three weeks.

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  28. Kia ora Katipa it’s Major hopefully you are ok, you are very brave in the hospital. Hopefully you come back to school soon.

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  29. Kia ora Katipa, it’s Aliyah
    You’re very brave to have surgery in hospital or yourself, It would be weird not eating for three weeks. I also have never heard of someone doing that before. It will be very scary but I hope you go well in there.

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  30. Hi Katipa,
    It’s Yuktha. How are you? It must be hard for you not to eat and talk for three weeks!! I can’t wait to see you again. I hope you feel better soon.

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  31. Hi Katipa, it’s Tarjzon. How are you feeling now?
    You are so brave to go into there. Mr Lindsay has been into six surgeries. I was wondering where you were and now I know, Ok bye bye Katipa see you in 3 weeks.

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  32. Hi Katipa, it’s me Astin.
    How are you feeling?Are you hungry? Three weeks not being able to talk or eat I hope you feel better when you get back to school next term:)

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  33. Hi Katipa, I hope you are alright and I want you to come back to school and I wish you get better so you can play at home. I hope you get better soon. By Darrius

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  34. Hi Katipa, I hope you are alright? On Monday we had P.E, my time was 10:01, and I came third in P.E. I hope you can talk when you come back to school so I can talk to you.
    From Sonny

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  35. Hi Katipa, How are you and how was your surgery, it’s me Ezia. We all hope you come back soon, I wish you to get better fast. Also the Kapa Haka group are going to the Kawakawa Festival. I hope you get better soon.


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