Surgery: On The Road To Recovery


My surgeon ran into a few difficulties so please bear with me. I hope to be back online soon. In the meantime, why don’t you chat among yourselves about the topics you’d like to see covered on The Graveyard Shift. I’ll be checking in tomorrow as often as the pain and fever allows. Thanks for understanding.

The Bulletin Board

Press release provided by The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has announced the selection of Detective Sergeant John Jedrejczyk of the City of Passaic (NJ) Police Department as its Officer of the Month for August 2008.

San Jose Mercury News

SAN JOSE, Calif. — In an effort to become more visible and approachable, San Jose police officers who patrol the downtown entertainment zone will soon be hitting the city sidewalks on two-wheeled motorized scooters.

Thanks to Jonathan Hayes for filling in for me while I was unconscious. I’m really looking forward to his next topic.

8 replies
  1. Peg H
    Peg H says:

    Even though we’ll miss you do get the rest you need for a full recovery!

    I want an operation game like that one!

    They’re talking about using Segways in our city. They are already using them on many of the campuses around here.

  2. Jonathan Hayes
    Jonathan Hayes says:

    Oh, c’mon, Lee!

    We all know you’re off playing golf somewhere…

    Rest up, take it easy, and we’ll see you soon.

  3. Elena
    Elena says:

    What everyone says – and then some! Just relax and heal, we’ll be here with virtual cheers when you return.

    For now I am keeping you very firmly in my heart.

  4. SZ
    SZ says:

    Yet somehow you manage to put up great pictures. Glad to see they did not remove your funny bone !

    Jonathans post was great. Cant wait for the next one.

    I have at least one or two more days off before going back to work, shall I look up some Friday’s Heros for you ? Save you some time.

    Wish bone you are better soon. Take a break ! (just dont break a leg)

  5. Terry
    Terry says:

    Don’t worry about us, Lee. Take care, and listen to your body. Give it the rest and time to recover it needs. Somehow, we’ll manage to muddle through.

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