Manscaping

With my surgery coming up Thursday, Helaine and I (mostly Helaine) decided it was time for some fur removal. Lots of things will be affixed to my body. This way they can be removed with a little less ouch.

Here in the Fox family this is referred to as the “Full Anderson Cooper.” The goal is to finish smooth as a baby seal. Not quite tonight, but close enough. I’m sure someone from the surgical team will perform a touch-up before we get started Thursday.

My pre-op calendar only has one more event, now scheduled after work on Tuesday. They need my stomach mainly empty. ‘Nuff said.

8 Responses to “Manscaping”

  1. Melanie says:

    “Full Anderson Cooper”? I love it – you should trademark that. You are an inspiration!

  2. That line was priceless. I sure am hoping for miracles for you! Hang in there and stay positive. Thankfully you have a great support system.

  3. Joan Spitz says:

    I live in New Jersey and read about your upcoming surgery on Facebook. I am praying for you and will continue to do so every day. Having faith is so important when go through bad times. You have a great sense of humor and a really good attitude. I know that will be such an asset as you go through your journey. God Bless!

  4. Michele McGuire says:

    Hi Geoff. I am Jim McGuire’s wife, Michele, here in CT. We wish you all the best this week. My Mom Jeannine McCann wrote you earlier this week too about my Dad, Mike. http://Www.pancan.org is the most awesome resource and organization. I have worn my purple band for over 3 yrs now. I never take it off. Everything in my life is about the color purple lol. Know you have so many people behind you and pulling and praying for you. Positive thoughts and prayers to your surgeons, nurses and staff. Strength and grace to you and your family. We have been there. We know. Keep a positive outlook like my Dad and you all get through this. Good vibes sent to you from CT!

  5. Mary Lou says:

    I want to say that I watched you on WTNH every night. I want to wish you and your family the best of recovery in the following seconds, minutes, hours and days of your life. I hold you and family in my heart and don’t forget take it “one day at a time.”

  6. Geoff you are in my thoughts and prayers daily. Praying for strength and healing, guidance for your surgeons hands to do their very best, and give comfort to you and your loved ones during this challenge. In Jesus name Amen.

  7. Ray Flynn says:

    Hey Geoff I just want you to know that I’m thinking of you and your family as you go through this. It’s not fun or easy but you are strong and have all of us praying for you and sending positive thoughts your way. It’s very windy today. I learned to love the weather because of you and I want to hear more Geoff Fox with the weather before we’re through. Hang in there. I will be following your progress.
    Your friend,
    Ray

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