POMPEY POP

Think him well, wish him well

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I’ve just spotted this notice on the Pompey Pop Facebook site

“Mick Cooper was rushed into QA on Thursday night with acute pancreatitis. He’s currently being observed on the surgical assessment ward E1.”

PS 9.30am Saturday. Message from Mick, via a nurse, he’s comfortable and “on the mend”. Visiting? 2-8 pm

(Am I allowed to crack a joke about Organ donors?)

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Author: pompeypop

University lecturer, longtime local musician and recently historian of popular music - especially in and around Portsmouth. My blog is entirely about that topic

7 thoughts on “Think him well, wish him well

  1. Get well soon, Mick. x

  2. Poor you, Mick. One of the most painful things ever.
    Best wishes for a speedy recovery X

  3. What a time of year for something like that to happen !!
    Look after yourself Mick, there’ll be a lot of people out there thinking of you…get well soon !!

  4. Best Wishes Mick, get well soon.

  5. “Get up , get on up!”
    Get fixed quick mate…..Its Christmas……………bestest wishes from The Freemans…………..

  6. Get Well soon Mick, Behave yourself with all those Nurses in there…On second thoughts Why Behave LOL

    • Hi Mick, my wife Mary, who I introduced you to at Spike’s induction, was admitted to QA with the same symptoms the day before her 66th birthday in February. We know exactly what you are going through. I’m glad to say as you could see for yourself, that Mary is now well on the way to a full recovery. I sincerely wish the same for you and look forward to seeing you again soon, all the very best. Geoff Collinge

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