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 Re: Fracture clinic today-mixed news and new plaster cast.
Sarah T (47.208.143.---)   12:01pm Sep 28 2017

This sounds like mostly good news, except for the enormous cast that's bound to be a real pain. Forty ain't too bad healing-wise - you're just a year out from being in your thirties, right? I have fifteen years on you and I healed pretty quick fracture-wise, though the soft tissue stuff is still a work in progress.
This is a challenge for you that's going to require some adjustments in your thinking. Plans? Time to make new plans. Maybe there's something you could do in those 16 weeks you've never had the time for before. Write a book? Learn a language? Build the Tower of London from LEGOS? Talk your kids into turning off their phones and and watching "Christmas Vacation" with you?

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