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KG’s Blog Post #71 – 7/29/10 12:41pm (“I gave it a try & played pretty well”)

Road Still Bumpy,

Ouch says the one legged fat guy from Ct.  I gave it a try and played pretty well considering how longs it’s been since I’ve done anything. A 74 would’ve been a lot better if I didn’t have 3 monster lip outs – I’ve forgotten how bad those piss you off when they happen.  I simply could not play the next day.

I’m trying hard to be patient with the kryo blast procedure, so I’ll just wait it out. Today is not so bad.  Yesterday might have been my worst day ever for pain, so how does one figure this stuff out?

I’ll be heading back to see my Mr. Munch on Monday and just wait it out with him as to what I do next.

By the dog’s tail – I have a debate with a fellow human – what is the first thing you think about when you wake up every morning? Is it consistently the same thing or different daily?  

Calc told me that Sahalee is playing stupid hard, so the scores will be high in the Senior Open.

Swing hard,


6 Responses to “KG’s Blog Post #71 – 7/29/10 12:41pm (“I gave it a try & played pretty well”)”

  1. Montana Mike says:

    Ken, I am a “Life Member” PGA – wish you the best, whie “healing”, practice your short game! Give your body time to heal! I live next to Denali (Talkeetna, Alaska) When you want a new challenge, come see us – in the winter! http://www.meandering-moose-lodging.com/

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  2. Vee says:

    Fat? or Husky? Looking forward to playing with the “Husky Man” one more time before he heads back to “munchland”! My first thought when I wake up in the morning is:……. Well it’s…………Darn, I knew i should have wrote it down !
    yes it’s different daily. BTW: I think we need to have “Thee Col. Gaddy” up here in the fall!For possible K.G. Fall Classic !

  3. Jude says:

    KG – stands for Ken Green and “keep going”. Stay strong and pray hard, Ken, and know that others (including me) pray for you as well. God bless you.

  4. N.G.Simon says:

    while I’m not a deeply religious guy I try to start each day with ”this is the day the Lord has made,let us rejoice,and be glad in it”!These Spring,Summer,& Fall days I try to paddle around the lake each day and thank the Almighty for another day on earth!

  5. Bags says:

    Having looped for KG in the CT Open Monday I can verify that he played very well considering the amount he’s played and the pain I know he was in throughout the day. Even par was well within reach had he had some luck on the greens. I think everyone at the event was glad he was participated and gave it his best.

    Thanks for a fun day.

  6. Jim Curley says:

    The first thing I think about when I wake up is this: where the hell is my leg?, I’ve got to take a leak. That’s about as honest as I can be. Except that I usually know where my leg is, it’s just a matter of getting it on so i can roll down the steps to the john. I know that’s WAY too much info, but you asked.

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