Callaway Chris in the Hospital

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Re: Callaway Chris in the Hospital

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Get well Chris
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The eye of the tiger! Go Chris, Go!
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"you shoulda seen the other guy"... hang in there and get well soon! Hope the pain's subsiding and that you're comfortable.
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Feel better Chris. We miss you! Xoxoxox
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I hear Chris went home today! On the mend, glad to hear it my friend!

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Long time lurker, first time "offcial member". I havent had the history that everyone here has as a callaway car owners.... But, after reading through the forum from its inception I cant help but notice the involvement and passion Chris has had for these cars and the friend ships he has gained as a result. Hang in there Chris, I hope to meet you soon!
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My gratitude is off the charts. Thank you much for those who posted, many whom I haven't even yet met - yet.

Today I am home, glad to be out of the trauma center.

My message for the day (maybe the year) is to cherish what you have, and surround yourself with only what's positive and important. Nothing, and I mean nothing else matters in the end.

Thank you again for the outpouring of support in this thread.
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:beer good to hear you are out of the woods.

Now get fit again and drive that TT to the max :hi :h6 :h6
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Glad to hear you are doing better, Chris. Hope to cross paths with you at an event in 2022.
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One day, one step at a time
Thanks again, everyone ;iroc
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