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Joe's Better

From: Chuck B.
Sent on: Friday, June 22, 2012 12:43 PM
Thanks, Laura!  Twelve of us there last night did indeed create a little bedlam ... a few stayed until after 9PM, by which time Panera's was pretty well closed up.  Hope you can make it next time.  Thanks for your trips to visit Joe.  Keep us informed.  I'll forward this to all.

        - - Chuck

At 6/22/[masked]:47 AM, [address removed] wrote:
Hello ...I'm glad to say that Joe is looking better.  We were really worried there for a while, he was one sick dude.  But things are looking up.  He was sounding like himself when we visited, and there won't have to be any operation to open blockages.  That's good.  Operations are always debilitating.  I told him that the atheists would have a Moment of Bedlam in his honor, and he laughed, saying that since he's in Bed, some Bedlam would be appropriate.

We're going down to visit him again today.


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