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Re: Surgical Blues

by barrd (Prior)
on Oct 20, 2003 at 02:06 UTC ( #300454=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Surgical Blues

Hi yosefm,
Been "under the knife" myself so know the feeling, happy thoughts and best wishes to you from the UK. :)

Hope it all goes well.

A bit of advice: Take a book with you, a big one, because for the next 24 hours after the Op you'll be up all night staring at the ceiling doing nothin' otherwise... (depending on the anesthetic they use).

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Re: Re: Surgical Blues
by yosefm (Friar) on Oct 20, 2003 at 16:39 UTC
    Thanks for everybody's concern and advice. Makes me happy :)

    (Actually, been there before, and I already prepared a book by Dostoievski which would otherwise take me about a decade to read...)

      I wish you all the best. I wonder which title you are taking - I read C & P last year and it was amazing. I have the brothers Karamazov on my wishlist :)

      Nice poem by the way - I felt kinda giddy reading it :D

      Swindon uk
        Brothers Karamazov is exactly what I'm taking :)

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