Suggesting we all toast-- to Jasons speedy Recovery ( as often as is possible )

Lets all raise a glass and toast --to Jason our fealess leader ( this guy is on the ball 24/7--365 ) so he may have a VERY SPEEDY Recovery from his leg injury
I hope he feels better --with us doing that justure and the LOVE we send his way
For sure it will make US FEEL BETTER --putting a BUZZ ON -----LOL !!
It the HOLIDAYS the perfect excuse --to rip it up !!!!

Salute ( italian ) Cheers ( British ) Nastrovia ( Russian )

You get the idea

Jason NO DRINKING FOR YOU ( smoothies only )
You could fall over ---with having only ONE LEG TO STAND ON ---LOL !!!!

You will be back on your feet soon ( both ) with the love coming your way

Enjoy

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Tony, I appreciate the kind thoughts.  This accident brought me down hard literally, but as noted in the latest newsletter have used it to my advantage to catch up on some reading and desk time … not to mention Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, 350 ripped movies, etc. etc.!! 

I went to my 2nd weekly PT (Physical Therapy) today and all is looking great, with mobility increasing ahead of schedule ... but still have a long way to go. All, I can say is for all of you that have full physical mobility (i.e. walking around and going up and down steps) never take anything for granted. A freak fall like I had can quickly take you out of the game.   I'm an optimist, and even with the lengthy recovery, knew I could find some advantages to being down physically for a bit!  

Look at the bright side, you could always get a job at I-Hop.

Jason

Very difficult to keep ---- the ENIGIZER BUNNY STILL---You know !
Glad you found a number of --productive things to do while you are recouperating
( why was i sure yiu would )
Merry Chrismas to you and yours !

Glad you do not open gifts --with your legs --so you SB just fine
Enjoy the family exchanging of gifts and joy this holiday brings
Do Slip some alcohol into some of those smoothies -- LOL !!
May i suggest some TITO's Vodka or a quality Tequila to improve your spirts
HAVE A HAPPY !!!!!!!

Best Regards ,
Tony and Ginny Lentini

I tell people that since retiring almost 4 years ago I have slipped out of Neutral and in Overdrive …. but finally stripped a gear with my crazy fall! Ha Ha. I had a good mechanic at Raleigh Orthopaedic and definitely on the mend and ready to get back in gear and
Get It On!!

Very Glad you are optimistic and in very good spirits getting great results from the rehab ( what is it you have in those smoothies -- anyway ??? )
That is where being in good shape to start with --comes in real handy
That where --Kick back time ( pun intended ) is reduced to get you back to your NORMAL insane schedule

Enjoy

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