The docs tell me I'll be fit to teach by August, if not necessarily to pace in my accustomed manner, so I've agreed to teach Torts again — this time, mercifully, to a 'small' section (they're not that small) in the Fall term.
Meanwhile my recovery progresses. I'm able to do more, like get around the house, although still need a lot of help with stuff. I can walk down the block a few houses and back with a cane or a supportive arm for balance. Baby steps indeed.
Good to hear. Now don’t get addicted to Daytime TV shows while you’re recovering.
Can’t you at least use this to get out of grading exams? (Seriously, glad to hear you’re planning to teach).
All the best in your continued recovery.
haha, seriously, watch out for the daytime tv addiction……
great to hear you are continuing to progress in your recovery and that you will be back next semester!
Don’t push yourself too much. You need to take time to rest for your full recovery. Once your fine, again you can do everything.Ryan Jackson
Keep it going, Michael!
Glad for the 1Ls that they will experience you in the fall! All the best from your friends and fans at Tulane.
Good to hear. Keep up good works!
So glad to hear that your recovery is progressing.
OK, now stop reading these messages and start finding neat stuff in the area to start blogging about.
OH, and your Dr called and asked, “Is he doing his exercises ?”
Cor’Blimey, Govner ! Let’s get back to enjoying life and living !!
And wishing you a speedy and successful recovery, too.
Great to hear.
I hope you are in the most pain you have ever felt in your entire life you scum sucking parasite of a human being.
Well, that kind of explains what happened to create a gap in your brother’s blog posts. By the way, Rupert isn’t one of the students you might have flunked, is he? Do feel much, much better soon.