Al’s address UFN

A couple of you have asked where things could be sent. He should be in this room for a while, so here’s the scoop:

UPMC Presbyterian
Room D952
500 Lothrop St.
Pittsburgh PA 15213-2582

[Al will probably be getting out of the hospital early next week, so unless you’re willing to pay for express delivery, it might be better to wait to send anything now. ]

Or, try a UPMC E-Card, it’ll take his mind off the noises on the floor.

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5 comments on “Al’s address UFN
  1. Fran Kane says:

    Are there things he may not or should not receive? Flowers, some foods, some balloons are sometimes not allowed in the wards.

  2. Linda Perry says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you! I love the “clever” remarks at the top of the Blogosphere! There is nothing more humorous than “Bushisms.” I will continue praying and log in again shortly to see the progress that you have made. Strive beyond expectation! Go for it, Al! I’ve been switching in and out, or throughout, your blog. Amazing stuff! It may not change my mind at the polls, though! I do not believe that that makes any difference. I believe that we are all strong Americans, and will support our next President, whomever he may be, throughout this tumultuous term.

    Ready or not, here you come! Get well…….soon!

  3. M. Moretti says:

    I was checking out the UPMC Presbyterian website yesterday afternoon and discovered the e-cards. One is already on the way to Al. I was just about to send an e-mail around to a few people letting them know of them. You have a choice of cards and can add a personal message about as long as would fit on an actual postcard. It’s a quick, free way to send Al a message of support and to cheer him up!

  4. No flowers. There is an issue with the possibility of a fungus or something growing in the water.

    Other than that, I think there are no limitations.

    Actually, we were thinking of breaking the Guiness World Book record for postcards…. no just kidding, please no!

  5. M. Moretti says:

    We need to start one of those internet urban legends, “cute little sick kid, possibly on death bed, last wish – to receive 10,000 postcards”.

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