Thursday, December 13, 2007

Happy Christmas


The Black Knight gets well day after day even if he needs a lot of time to recover. He works hard in the swimming pool and with the physiotherapyst to rebuild the muscles of the legs. Moreover he walks every day for not less than one hour: at last with only one crutch! It is difficult not to run and he misses the races and the workouts with the italian Black Legion.
The next medical check will be on the Christmas Eve and he hopes to begin to walk without the crutch: crossing the fingers.
In the course of a few days all the world knew of the incident and many Barbarian Tribes tried to attack the Black Knight kingdom but as you can see in the picture the fearless leader fought with only his good leg destroying the enemies! They didn’t learn not to piss off the Black Knight!
Happy Christmas!!!!!!

19 comments:

  1. one crutch?! whoo hoo! use it to swat misbehaving politicians.

    keep up the exercises. when i took some time off, i also stopped the physio's program. now i feel the weakness in those little odd muscles that they tell us matters.

    be good to your queen. you may need our sympathy, but you are not to play sooky la la to her. we know how men are when they're down.

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  2. Keep getting better!

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  3. glad the recovery is going well! Happy Holidays!

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  4. we've been thinking of you! maybe you can go to midnight mass and throw away your crutch in the middle of it.

    Keep up the good work!

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  5. Those barbarians vastly underestimate the amount of protection surrounding our fearless Knight. I hope the prognosis on Dec. 24 is a good one. A cane is a pain, but it beats the crutches. (That's the course of action when I broke bones, at least).

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  6. My comment went away! How rude of blogger.

    Merry Christmas! I have wishes for a New Year of no crutches and increasing strength.

    Anyone who thinks to mess with the Black Knight is a fool! When your crutch is gone you can beat them back with your cane.

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  7. Happy holidays to you too, Black Knight!

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  8. That has to be my favorite Christmas picture!

    Is that one of those "lords a leaping"?

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  9. i'm glad your crutch has been such a wonderful training partner. have a merry holidays.

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  10. I'll keep my fingers crossed too, that you get the go-ahead without the crutch next week. Happy holidays!

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  11. Keep fighting Black Knight! You "soldiers" of cyberspace are behind you...
    One crutch...Tiny Tim! :-) Better Tiny Tim than Scrooge! Keep your chin up -sounds as if your attitude is good!

    Merry Christmas one and all!

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  12. The people of Dublin are already cowering in fear of the Black Knight's arrival.

    Merry Christmas! And good luck with the medical check.

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  13. I wish you a speedy recovery and look forward to the news after your next medical check. Have a Merry Christmas!

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  14. Buon Natale e felice anno nuovo!

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  15. So glad you're out there reconnoitering every day.

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  16. Merry XMas!!

    May the New Year see you without crutches!!!

    Lora

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  17. Have a great and merry x mas and new year!

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  18. So glad you're on your feet. It's good to hear that you're getting exercise; it will only make you stronger for when you start to run. To walk without a crutch would be a very good Christmas present; I hope you got it!

    Merry Christmas, dear Stefano, to you and your gracious queen. I think often of the wonderful time Dave and I spent with you.

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  19. Oh, what a mishap for the Black Night. But he is walking again! One crutch, then no crutches. Then a bit of running. Then more running. And races again, one day. May the New Year bring patience and perseverence.

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