I hope that’s a goos sign and you’re (not your) well on the way to recovery.
Diane assures us you were already asking for your iPad so I hope we’ll be getting updates (but you can spare us the goriest details) soon.
George, I hope that you don’t come resembling what’s under the sheet in that photo. Heal quickly!
Hope you’ll be up and about very soon, without having to have 50,000 volts shot through you.
My husband’s aunt just had knee replacement surgery and she says (1) she wishes she’d had it done sooner, and (2) staying committed to the rehab exercises is key. Good luck!
And we know George will be the most diligent rehab patient ever.
Hope things are progressing nicely, George. The heel spurs on my left foot remind me of you all day long.
George, hope you’re back on your feet very soon.
Patti, Jackie has been have problems with heel spurs lately too, and occasionally her knee.
She’s waiting until they can do it on an outpatient basis.
I know how conscientious you are, George. I expect to see you running around St. Louis with the youngest Bouchercon attendees.
Wait, you might be the youngest Bouchercon attendee.
Hope all goes well with recovery/rehab.
I think you’re younger than George, Beth. Aren’t you?
Get well soon George.
Good luck on your surgery, George.
My knee too. My entire left leg appears to be useless since I sprained it in March.
George, I’m sure you’ll be great at rehabbing. Best wishes, always.
Looks like you’re in good hands, George.
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