J-Wire in hospital

May 17, 2011 by J-Wire Staff
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Thought it would be a breeze. Into Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hopspital for a double knee replacement last Thursday.

Well, it was no breeze and it has been impossible to publish as normal. I promise normal service as soon as possible, but for now it is off to receive necessary blood transfusions.

Sorry to let you down…..

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8 Responses to “J-Wire in hospital”
  1. Henry Greener says:

    Hey Henry,
    wishing you a speedy recovery ….hoping you’re up and kicking goals soon. It would be great to see some Shtick on your video space !! Keep in touch, mate .

  2. Beryl Aron says:

    My thoughts are with you.

  3. nathan bloumis says:

    good luck and hopefully “knees up”…nb

  4. Tanya Arons says:

    Get well soon. Sounds like a scary time for you, but you’ll be put back together and publishing in no time! Take care.

  5. Harold M says:

    Henry if that’s you i hope you get sorted ASAP.
    Get those doctors working.
    Wishing you a speedy recovery.
    Harold.

  6. Lawrence says:

    Wow, who told u this would be a breeze??????

    Metaphysically our knees suppport our whole body … physically that is exactly what they do
    I wish you a really speedy recovery, and whilst my Hebrew & even Yiddish is about 3./4 words each, I dont know the correct thing to say … but from my heart, may Hashem be with you every step of your speedy recovery & may you find this courageous action pay off for you in the best possible way.

  7. Carl Davis says:

    DOUBLE knee replacement yet! You’re a real glutton for punishment.
    However, Refuah Shelamah and we all hope you’re not in too much discomfort.

  8. Lorraine Jacobs says:

    Hope you will be up and around real soon. Best Wishes for a speedy recovery.

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