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Good Thoughts Please

On Memorial Day, my father checked into the ER and was told he’d be staying in a hospital for a while. Today, he’s been moved into the intensive care unit due to further complications from multiple conditions. If you have any good vibes, thoughts, prayers to spare, please send them his way.

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  1. Definitely sending what I can. Ironically, my Dad went into the hospital last week and it’s not looking too good – they found some spots on his brain and lungs. I just hold onto the knowledge that they can do amazing things these days. We’ll add your Dad to our thoughts.

  2. Definitely sending what I can. Ironically, my Dad went into the hospital last week and it’s not looking too good – they found some spots on his brain and lungs. I just hold onto the knowledge that they can do amazing things these days. We’ll add your Dad to our thoughts.

  3. Man.

    It seems to be “going around.” My dad’s in for a AAA, at the same time that a friend of mine’s father is as well. These are the same things that killed Gary Gygax and, just yesterday, Harvey Korman. And I know THREE other good friends who have fathers in the hospital right now.

    Man…

  4. Man.

    It seems to be “going around.” My dad’s in for a AAA, at the same time that a friend of mine’s father is as well. These are the same things that killed Gary Gygax and, just yesterday, Harvey Korman. And I know THREE other good friends who have fathers in the hospital right now.

    Man…

  5. Good Thoughts and Intercessory Prayers are being broadcast throughout the heavenly realms as this message is posted.

    Rob Stone

  6. Thanks, guys.

    Bryan: I’m sorry to hear about your dad. My best wishes to him. My stepmother had brain cancer a few years ago, soon after the quads were born, and they managed to entire remove it with a new gamma-knife procedure. It works far better than the whole-brain radiation, which usually kills the patient, just not as fast as the cancer would. Nancy has been cancer free for a few years now.

    Blaze: How’s your dad doing? Please give Joe my best.

    Sean: Good luck to your dad too. It does seem like a rash of father-related illnesses happening these days. I suppose it shouldn’t be too surprising that we face these things as we start staring down middle age, but we all always hope for better times and more of them. Here’s to that!

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    Thanks, guys.

    Bryan: I’m sorry to hear about your dad. My best wishes to him. My stepmother had brain cancer a few years ago, soon after the quads were born, and they managed to entire remove it with a new gamma-knife procedure. It works far better than the whole-brain radiation, which usually kills the patient, just not as fast as the cancer would. Nancy has been cancer free for a few years now.

    Blaze: How’s your dad doing? Please give Joe my best.

    Sean: Good luck to your dad too. It does seem like a rash of father-related illnesses happening these days. I suppose it shouldn’t be too surprising that we face these things as we start staring down middle age, but we all always hope for better times and more of them. Here’s to that!

  8. You’ve got it, Matt; my best wishes are winging their way to you, your dad, and the rest of your family right now.

    Take care, and please keep us posted.

    Bill

  9. You’ve got it, Matt; my best wishes are winging their way to you, your dad, and the rest of your family right now.

    Take care, and please keep us posted.

    Bill

  10. Sending much positive energy and many good thoughts in yours and your dad’s directions, Matt.

    Steven

  11. Sending much positive energy and many good thoughts in yours and your dad’s directions, Matt.

    Steven

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