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Subject: Murky Buckets

Damon Torsten
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Date Posted: 16:06:28 09/19/03 Fri
In reply to: Simon Cornwell 's message, "Get well soon!!" on 11:40:18 09/19/03 Fri

Cheers guys - I truly appreciate it.

And I've no doubt that I'll get there before long. Apparently I'm supposed to be feeling a million dollars in a month or two, not that I'm getting much indication of that just yet. Still, I guess if the tests show I'm on the mend (e.g. my blood Gamma level has more than halved over the past month, which is a good thing given that it was over three times greater than the upper limit in a "normal" person), then it's only a matter of time before I begin to actually feel it.

I am a bit more concerned about the panic attacks though. I had one this morning whilst driving the 70km down to the coast. It wasn't as insane as the one a week ago, but I had to spend 45 minutes trembling by the side of the freeway before it was safe to continue the journey. By the time I got to Ocean Grove, I was completely chilled and enjoying the sunny afternoon cruising. It all just makes me more confused as to what's bringing these things on. I mean, it's not, using today as an example, fear of driving - because I love being behind the wheel (in fact, I used to race go-karts - and rather badly at that). Perhaps it's liver-related somehow? I dunno. A cure might be nice (and one that isn't purely based on meditation, which doesn't seem to be all that effective) - but in the meantime, I'll just have to grin and bear it I suppose. Oh, the "joy" :-)

Nevertheless, I trust that you're all enjoying yourselves and keeping busy with all sorts of groovy things.

Hopefully we'll have some more hospitalstuffage for ye soon.


Damon who is called Damon

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