Monday night update from AU:
Sinc's dad told me earlier that Sinc is alert, talking, recognizing people as they come vist, and seems to be in good spirits. It looks like the worst is behind him, now just needs time for everything to heal.
For anyone attending AU, come by the Quux Software kiosk (Booth 2d) and I hope to have a card there you can add your get well wishes for him...just need to find a Hallmark store close to Mandalay Bay in the morning.
Thanks for posting this Jeff. I'm swamped with a few hard deadlines and have not logged on to the NG in a few days.
I am very happy to here Sinc is doing well. I hope he get's home very soon fully recovered.
We're all happy to hear things are looking up for you Richard. Looking forward to seeing your handle on the forums soon!
Jeff, hopefully you can give Richard a copy of the posts along with the card.
Longtime lurker, infrequent poster here ... just writing to reinforce that you're well-thought of by many on this board and we're all cheering for you. Your insights and contributions are so valued - I always read the Sinc posts - and I have the sense that the ACAD world is only a small part of the renaissance man you seem to be.
Sending wishes to you (and your family) for a full and speedy recovery! We look forward to hearing from you again soon.
Your wisdom and knowledge is greatly missed on this forum. You've helped me through the years of battling the beast of Civil 3D. I love what I do and you've been an inspiration on my quest to learn everything I can. Be strong and know you're missed.
Word!!! Get well Sinc. Lots of prayers being channeled to you from Austin, Tx.
Wednesday update from AU:
Sinc was moved out of ICU last night. He was up and walking for a bit yesterday afternoon. All indicators are looking good!
Thanks for all of the support posts. I know he will really appreciate reading them when they finally let him use a computer...which I would expect to be soon.
If anyone is at AU, stop by the Quux booth (#2d) and sign the card I have there. So far I've seen a few of you, but I'm pretty sure there are more of you here.
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