Looks like I might be on oxygen for the rest of my life

This is quite an adjustment for me. But, I will survive.

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By volume, dry air contains 78.09% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.04% carbon dioxide, and small amounts of other gases.

So full oxygen is quite a change.

I’m sorry. It’s not so bad, though. When I was a cashier, I had a few customers who would come in all the time with their oxygen tanks. They didn’t have too much trouble moving around, and they must have spent a lot of time gardening, based on all the supplies and plants they bought.

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I’m sorry @chordy but you are a tough cookie, you will manage just fine.

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You’ll manage chordy, don’t worry. :sunny:

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awww, what a drag…I’m sorry chordy.

Hey, it’s just one of those things - getting old can’t be avoided forever, jukebox.

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My gal needs oxygen, and they offer it to her. It is not her idea of the image she wants to project, however.

J.

Oh, sorry to hear that @chordy Are you able to get one of those lightweight portable oxygen concentrator (they come with a shoulder strap) for when you leave the house?

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It isn’t incredibly uncommon to be on oxygen. I wish you well in your transition.

Yes, but I’m shy to use it yet.

I’m sorry, @chordy. I would hate that, but you do need to breathe. :blush::heartbeat: