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« The Tao of Woody Allen | Main | Recovering »

August 01, 2009

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Sam,

Given that we both hope for the best possible outcome and the speediest recovery, you are in both Christie's thoughts and my own. I admire your attitude here towards the situation. It's Confucian in more than the way you outline -- you are serving as an exemplar for all of those in similar situations.

Our best to you, and to your family during this time.

Sam -

I hope that your surgery will go well and that your recovery will be quick and complete.

_ Virginia Drewry
Williams '75

Here's hoping everything is "routine" and as unexciting as possible, and your recovery is uneventful! Boring is good, in these things, after all.

Best wishes and good vibes!

Best wishes for a speedy recovery!
-K Huang '08

God bless you, my friend.

Sam-- Best wishes and speedy recovery. You'll be in my thoughts over the week.

I too hope all goes well and recovery is good.

Sam - I hope you'll have a swift recovery.

I don't comment here as much as I used to, but I'm still reading. I genuinely hope things go well for you.

Just let me add that, for me, this is one of the very few bonuses of being afflicted with Klinefelter's Syndrome. According to my doctors, the chances of me ever having any sort of problem with my prostate are about nil. At this stage in life -- we're about the same age -- I guess it's a fair trade-off for not being able to help produce children. ;)

Good luck and best wishes! Take care.

Prayers for a speedy recovery.

Thanks to all of you!

I'd say "Good luck!" but you've seen the statistics. It is a safe and routine procedure, so no need to bring luck into it at all. Best wishes and speedy recovery.

Sam,

Thinking much of you and yours.

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