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    Oh man, sorry to hear that, Dan. Do feel better soon. So here's a question in the interim: Most of us bright folks can figure the "picker" part of your screen name, but the "iflng" ... huh??
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    Prayers for a speedy recovery.

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    Yikes man. Best wishes for a speedy recovery!

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    ***Healing Vibes***

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdHanrahan View Post
    Oh man, sorry to hear that, Dan. Do feel better soon. So here's a question in the interim: Most of us bright folks can figure the "picker" part of your screen name, but the "iflng" ... huh??
    I think it's lflng and my guess is that is for 'lifelong'
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    Dan, Iíll be praying for you.

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    Ack! Sorry man. just concentrate on getting well! Take care.......
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    I'm pulling for you and trusting in a complete recovery (sooner rather than later, too).
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    I had noticed the absence of your generous, positive presence, Dan, and have had you in my prayers. I trust that you can navigate this transition, as you have the rest of your disease, with grace and courage. And I hope that music can continue to be a source of comfort and inspiration for you and your family.

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    Dear Friend Pat, I as am struggling with the phone I was unable to successfully send you a PT. You’re blessing, Pat!
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    Am sorry to hear this. Best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery.
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    Wishing you all the best, Dan. I hope music can help you heal and recover.
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    Be well Dan! Heal, and play lots of music.
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    Best wishes - hope you’ll soon be feeling a lot better.

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    Here's a little surprise for you, Dan.

    I liked your recent song "Vader Tavern" so much that I learnt and recorded it as a kind of get-well-soon message for you. I don't normally sing that much, so I hope you don't mind what I've done with your song. Best wishes!



    Here's the original, for those who haven't seen it yet. Great song!


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    Get well soon, Dan. Wishing you a full fast recovery!

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    I'll chime in too - wish you a full and quick recovery!
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    Dan - best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. I agree with the sentiment that mandolins have healing powers - recovery goes quicker with something to recover FOR - so plan to be playing as soon as possible. And remember - "breathing is a good thing" -in my profession, I frequently point this out to my patients!

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    Dan, every day is a small step to getting stronger. Let that pace be a comfort in your relentless recovery.

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    Heal!
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    As we say over here, "God Bedring" = Good Bettering, i.e. get well soon!

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    Hoping you're feeling better -- get well soonest!
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    *bump* A week without news now.

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    Thoughts with you Dan.

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    Yes, thoughts are with you. Wishing for a speedy recovery.
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