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    Best wishes to Tom with a easy and fast recovery

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    Best wishes to Tom, take care, be patient

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    Our very best wishes to you for a very speedy recovery!
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    Sorry to hear about the injury. Here's to a speedy recovery, Tom!
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    wishing a speedy recovery, Tom! just got my FOT pouch yesterday - thank you!
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    Heal Heal Heal

    Hope you are all better soon!
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    Once healed, you will appreciate your own products even more. I have both back and shoulder problems and your bags are the only ones that I can carry comfortably, even when fully loaded. Wishing you a speedy recovery!

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    ouch. that sounds painful. Wish you a speedy recovery, Tom, and hope to see you back in full swing again.

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    Get well soon! :-/ Go TB!

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    Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Tom

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    Get well soon!

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    Get Well Soon

    I've dislocated my shoulder 6 times...feel your pain.

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    http://www.tombihn.com/blog/1736

    It is good to see that Tom is smiling despite the sling and the discomfort.

    More Healing Thoughts your way, Tom.

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    My injury wasn't as bad (dislocation early last month), and the good news is that recovery happens The bad news is the annoyance of pain. My shoulder's all the way up to "occasional and mild pain" now, from hours of agony and weeks of something close.

    Best wishes ... selfishly, everyone benefits when Tom's arms are working

    timothy

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    My injury wasn't as bad (dislocation early last month), and the good news is that recovery happens The bad news is the annoyance of pain. My shoulder's all the way up to "occasional and mild pain" now, from hours of agony and weeks of something close.

    Best wishes ... selfishly, everyone benefits when Tom's arms are working

    timothy

    So sorry Timothy. Are you feeling better?

    Healing thoughts coming your way.

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