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July 21, 2005

So I'll just sit here until Monday.

Well, I can breathe thanks to the oxygen tube. I can sleep for most of the night with the help of drugs. No chemotherapy until my lungs are cleared up. No surgery to clear the left lung until the pneumonia in the right lung is over. Four more days to take antibiotics until we can check up on the pneumonia.

Nothing to do but surround myself with chocolate, sit on the big chair and watch Cops reruns and Sportscenter until Monday.

Posted by Dan at July 21, 2005 11:12 PM

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What about the Tour De Lance?
I love it when an American, and a Texan at that, can beat the French on their own Turf, at their own game.
Also, I thought you might find it interesting that Bonnie has a music theory class in the old house, in the very room where countless hours of nurf hoop was played on the corner of Colonial and Redgate! (Bonnie didn't go upstairs so no word on if Frank is still speaking very softly into the phone. Shay? Shay? You heard me calling him didn't you?)
When you get the energy, a posting on the biggest bunch of misfits living under one roof might be of enjoyment to your millions, and I mean Millions, of fans! I have often thought that a cool title for a sitcom about it would be, This Old House. However, that show and title jumped the shark long ago. I know it would be a great sitcom! It has all the parts one needs, good meals with chickens, a rabbit in different stages of death, and a task master with a chalkboard. Throw in a fifty year old illegal alien with some crazy college kids and watch the fun!
Remember; do or do not! There is no try!

Posted by: Jim at July 21, 2005 11:59 PM

I love Lance, but it's no fun to watch bicycle racing on television.

Who owns the dungeon now? Is it still the church across the street, and if so, why are they offering music lessons?

Posted by: Dan at July 22, 2005 08:30 AM

1. Watching a 2000 mile bike race in person is no fun at all. Go with the TV coverage.
2. I think it is owned by the Tidewater Music Society. I will find out.

Posted by: Jim at July 22, 2005 03:34 PM

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