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Like that great sage (Yogi Berra) once said, it's "deja vu all over again." Around this time last year, I underwent back surgery at UW Hospital. It was surgery on my spine, to deal with symptoms that resulted from spina bifida, a birth defect I was born with.  Basically "spina bifida" means the bones around my spinal cord didn't form completely, and over the years scar tissue built up around the open area, pulling down on my spine and causing numbness and tingling in my legs. The surgery went great, but in March the symptoms came back, and this surgery is to deal with new scar tissue that formed as a result of the last surgery. I'll probably be recovering at home for around 4 weeks. Now this seems a little repetitive and perhaps not as sexy the second time around, so I've been trying to think of some embellished stories to tell people instead of the boring old surgery stuff.  Here are some that I came up. Feel free to add your own.
1. I'm going on a pilgrimage to visit the graves of dead rock stars...from Duane Allman in Macon, GA to wherever Amy Winehouse is resting these days. 2. I'm feeding starving orphans. 3. I'm working on an intricate mosaic made up of used beer bottle caps in the likeness of Chubby Checker. 4. I'm getting ready for the mother of all garage sales. 5. I'm hiking the Appalachian Trail.


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08/29/2011 9:39AM
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08/30/2011 3:46PM
Kristin
Get well soon, Kitty!!! We'll miss you while you're out.
08/30/2011 5:16PM
dawn
Hey Kitty! I can't believe you're having another back surgery. I had a spinal fusion about the same time as your surgery last year, it went great, but sure wouldn't want to do it again. Best of luck with everything, I'll be thinking of you and missingyou on the radio!! Dawn
08/31/2011 6:28PM
Sheri
You pretty much said what i could not effectively communicate. +1 My site: organisme rachat credit Rachat de Credit
08/31/2011 8:52PM
Tyler
Best wishes always~~~~~~~I will just have to listen closely during commercials to hear your voice!
09/01/2011 1:59PM
Kraig
You should tell people that you are taking a leave of absence to caddie for the Dalai Lama on the Senior Tour. You will be the Lama's caddie Kitty. Good luck, and get well soon!
09/01/2011 3:14PM
Steve
Hey Kitty! I hope everything goes well and you recover quickly. You could say you're doing 50 garage sales in 50 states....
09/02/2011 5:45AM
Mickey
Hurry & get well, Jonathan is already getting on everybody's nerves. For one thing, now he never takes off the cheerleader outfit. Mick
09/02/2011 6:06AM
Trish
Hey Kitty, You'll do great but we'll miss you on the air. When you decide to do the rest of the stuff on your list, count me in!! (Or at least broadcast remotely from your adventures so us listeners can share your adventures vicariously). You rock!
09/03/2011 9:50PM
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