kaffy_r (kaffy_r) wrote,
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     Bob's been touched by the many people who expressed their good wishes and hopes for his recovery over the past week or so, and tonight he wanted to say that to you all personally. Because my typing-fu is a little stronger than his, he asked me to take dictation, and put up his comments over on his own journal. He'd be honored if you dropped by to say hello there.
     (As for my report? Simple; today was a good day; I got a couple of important things done at home, and spent time with Bob at the hospital. He enjoyed his first full day of Opaque Liquid Goodness, and we are hoping that the doctors will give him an OK to be home within the first couple of days of this week.)


Tags: family, good people, home stuff, hospital
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