Three months ago yesterday I had my spinal fusion surgery, and yesterday I visited my neurosurgeon for my three-month follow-up. I still feel moderate pain and discomfort, but the surgeon said as long as I’m comfortable, he doesn’t have any limitations for me, I’ll continue to heal little by little, and he sees no reason for a return visit. Personally, I feel I’m behind in recovery but my physical therapist said I should really evaluate myself at the six-month mark instead of the three-month.
Bono was in town yesterday, on the SMU campus, as a guest of President George W. Bush to receive an award from him, but the local news didn’t cover it to my surprise. If they did, it was hard to find, at least in the early evening hours. However, local news was on the SMU campus to cover a story about the university newspaper.
Johnson says lawyers for the passengers will most likely target Southwest Airlines as opposed to other parties involved such as Boeing or the engine’s builder, a joint-venture led by General Electric. By law, he said, Southwest has the “highest duty of care” toward the passengers they fly. Southwest’s insurance carriers likely will pay the bulk of any bill that comes due, he said.
I felt this was worth noting for some reason. My apologies if you are offended by gluttony, pasta, dairy, carbs, or a woman wearing a bra. This is the first time I made a post that’s bookended by two blondes.