It’s hard to pay attention to your visitors when the hospital staff chooses exactly the moment they arrive to place a new IV. That seems to be the way with hospital routine—it unfolds in its own time at its own pace and forget your own ideas of what you’d like to accomplish, modest though that may be. Margaret and Ralph can fill you in on what life here is like on a Sunday; tomorrow I start the rehab program. Thanks to all of you who have sent good wishes. I’ll be back at a meeting as soon as I can.