Good luck with your surgery mate. You will soon be a completely new Brian.
You can experiment with some Hip Hop post Op !!
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I wish your doctor a good night’s sleep these days
What must I read here? “Can Old Dogs get new hips?” Time takes its toll, our bones and joints start to crunch, that’s for sure and as long body parts can be replaced…hmpf…no, all jokes aside, you have a lot to take this year and I wish you all the best for your surgery and recovery!
I’m sure you will use the time to surprise us with something new you hatched during rehabilitation.
@roger_holland and I and all the others around here will keep your seat warm and keep our fingers crossed that everything goes fine!
Don’t watch too many weird music videos of obscure bands while recovering
Good luck with it all Brian. The key thing is the post op physio. Stick at it, force yourself to do it and you’ll give yourself the best chance of a quick recovery and a successful outcome.
Hi Brian, apparently James Joyce had 17 operations on his eyes, you are in good company sir.
Rogier, we all wish we were surrounded by bikini clad babes! But that train left the station quite a few years ago! Brian’s reality is more this
Hence forth Mr L shall be a hipster.
Hope it all goes smoothly Brian and you are back playing with your instrument before you know it. Oh and the new pedal too.
Well, even the best plans go awry…
Too many emergency orthopaedic cases yesterday taking up theatre space, so I’m afraid I was ‘cancelled’ Not so Yay!
At least I don’t have to go to the back of the queue and am now in the equivalent of Ryanair’s Speedy boarding or Priority queue
I’m still going to see if I can remain in patient-mode at home, be waited on and pampered by my beloved. (I may be requiring more than hip surgery though!)