Tuesday, November 10, 2009

GOOD OMEN

PS to yesterday's post. After I made the decision to have the operation at Weill Cornell Medical Center, I was walking toward their entrance on 68th Street to go sign the papers etc. and spotted Kieth Olberman walking out and getting into a town car. His window was down as I passed, so I said "Keep up the good work" and kept walking, thinking, okay, this is the place for guys like me.

11 comments:

Jamie Rose said...

Perfect.

RJ Eskow said...

I remember hearing that Keith has an ongoing neurological disorder - relatively mild, maybe, but I think it keeps him from driving.

But yeah, if it's good enough for Keith it'd be good enough for me, too.

Anonymous said...

When I heard about the shadow, my first instinct was that is was a tumor. Your remark that brain surgery is fairly routine is quite correct. Doctors who operate on the brain know what they are doing.
I have two members of my family who have had brain surgery: Last January, our 27 yr old daughter for her epilepsy, and the results have been amazing, and over 30 years ago my father-in-law had a tumor
removed. He is heading towards 90, and only gave up tennis a short while ago.
love, suzanne

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The Kid said...

And there was a rainbow in the sky over South Orange at about, oh 2:45. Alice and I took a photo of it.
I'll send it your way.

JIm said...

Mr. Eskow,
I suspect Keith Oberman's condition is any thing but mild.

harryn said...

our prayers, love, and hope are with you Michael ...

Anonymous said...

whatever they remove, i'm sure it won't be the part that makes you so adorably unique

Jamie Rose said...

I hope they remove the Catholic guilt part.

Lally said...

Me too!

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