"When did it start hurting?"
"You really rushed in here."
I was telling the truth actually, got jumped in high school, kneed in the shoulder and it has never been right. Never got around to seeing anyone. Idiot. Now I have a large calcium deposit on top of the ball and it may have deformed the underlying tendon. Really bad. Haven't been able to do a lateral extension for months.
The doctor, who is the top man in his field, said, three to five months rehab after surgery "not weeks, I said months." Now I am trying to finesse a few shows, try to create a much needed cash reserve before what might prove to be a long layoff. Very scary, although I have certainly came out of similar straits fairly rosily in previous crises so I am not wanting to give you the impression that I will not rise up and conquer, I just don't know how yet.
He says that it is like a large ball of calcified toothpaste on the joint. Very curious. Cross your fingers. This is going to require quite the slick dance moves on the part of your favorite blogthur. Frankly the whole thing is turning me into a neurotic mess.
There are a couple other minor problems that I am not really going to divulge, at least here, my mother is out of the hospital and reading the blog again. Even gave me a nice compliment the other day. Nothing to see here, Mom. Let's keep moving along... but I love you and am glad that you are home again."
I hate the thought of another fucking surgery. I'm working late at the office printing up large proofs for my upcoming group photo show. Possibly pleased. Got to get home before dinner gets cold and Leslie gets sore.
Got this from Shawn today. Good article, I had a similar experience in Israel trying to facilitate communication as the author in 1990.
Hey, just came across a site and one of the 'other' articles (besides the one I was searching for) was titled;
org/2011/05/19/new-book- questions-effectiveness-of- peace-building-workshops/
Somer thoughts on the Middle East conflicts...but when finished, go to the 'home' page...not everything is of great interest, but scroll through it and have a look...there are quite a few articles (a good ways down the page) that would seem to be 'up your alley'!
PS PLEASE WRITE/BLOG MORE! I'm sick of looking at Al Jazerra, etc., but every time I check your blog there's nothing new to occupy me! ;>))) Haa, haa, haa - look - you addicted us, all, now you're responsible!
Sorry Shawn. Lot on my plate right now.
Feinstein and a bunch of other Senators dropped the ball at the NSA hearings. Blame the public and the media. Because only you politicians know what's good for the rest of us, right? My Uncle evidently doesn't feel the same way I do.
I read through much of your "Blast" writing this evening. You and your spouse still seem to be having a great time--restaurants that are special, hotels in Hawaii, and lots of interesting stuff. More than me--but I am living the life I chose--so I can't gripe--though I do wonder if it is worth buying municipal bonds with my discretionary income; there must be better ways to have fun.
I mostly enjoy your blog--sometime you sound too much like Fareed Zakeria. My view is that the world must realize it is at war with a cult that wants anyone who believes differently from them to be exterminated. So, in my view, many "abuses" must be tolerated. Enough. UNCLE Norm
Will try to keep writing, might be left handed.