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Date Posted: 15:46:13 04/21/09 Tue
Author: Gyllian (all will be well)
Subject: Re: Healing energy requested
In reply to: Michael Paolucci 's message, "Re: Healing energy requested" on 14:03:49 04/13/09 Mon

I no shit had the same thing happen to me when i was 7 or 8, and every thing turned out fine,never went near the dog again, but hey.., this area heals very fast and the skin is very forgiving at that age!
Non the less,all the best wougie-woudgie out there, speedy recovery!
PS: I did become a Rennie in later life .., maybe some silver, or a regeiment of wolfsbane or something?

>>Last Friday, my 8-year-old son, Nicholas, was attacked
>>by his friend's dog, who ripped off part of his upper
>>We don't know yet if there will be permanent
>>We were told to keep the wound open and moist to allow
>>tissue to continue to grow until he can be evaluated
>>by a plastic surgeon sometime this week.
>>I am possibly the least spiritual person ever to work
>>a renfaire, but I promised my wife I would send out
>>the word asking for healing energy to help Nicholas
>>He's been really brave and forgiving of the dog that
>>attacked him.
>>Thank you.
>>Frank Dixon
>That has to be just nerve wracking for all of you,
>give him a hug from the old maze pirate, and I'll
>throw a bunch of healing mojo out there for him
>tonight! Keep us in formed of his progress, and drop
>a line if there's anything he needs.

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