There’s always something

I just got back from the hospital, where I was upset (but not surprised) to learn that the painful shoulder surgery I underwent in July failed. The ultrasound technician said the bicep tendon has split in two and that it would take a grafting procedure (whatever that means) to re-attach it. So I am utterly depressed. If you happen to be a personal friend of mine, I am unplugging my phone in a minute, swallowing a fistful of melatonin to alleviate my jet lag and going to sleep. I may not post again for a day or two, as I go back to Kuala Lumpur tomorrow for two days to teach people how to react during a crisis (something I’m familiar with) and get back Friday night.

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Here’s hoping the grafting procedure– whenever you do it– goes well, sir, and that your problem is solved definitively. Please be sure to rest when you can, and as Koreans would say, “Don’t be depressed!”

(As you can see, Koreans aren’t exactly good psychologists.)


October 28, 2003 @ 2:41 pm | Comment

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