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Old 24-12-2011, 08:40 PM   #1
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To all those who made this another great year of learning:

Happy Holidays!

And to consider the notion of pain having a context from yet another perspective...

enjoy!
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I've got a couple e-cards that Dave Walton (chair of PSD) made.
He couldn't find a template for six photos, so one has me in it, and the other has Neil.

So, happy holidays from Canada's physiotherapy Pain Science Division executive.


Rockin' Around the Christmas tree

Feliz Navidad
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I want to Thank everyone on Soma too. January will mark 1 year of reading this site for me. And it eclipses the other 37 years of education I received almost exponentially.

Thanks to all of you, this is a great place for self directed learning and debate (which I really need both to learn best)

I am in awe of how generous so many people are here and how consistent you have all been. I read posts from 2004 that still hold up today.

I can only guess where this will lead me since I am not a PT but I feel fortunate to have this time before you all become world famous
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Thank you to Bernard for building the space, then waiting for everyone to come visit and set up a camp.

Happy holiday, Bernard

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Happy holidays to all and thanks to Bernard who keeps the whole shebang operative.

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Hi Byron!

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Thanks to all of you, this is a great place for self directed learning and debate
I agree! We ask questions, and get science based answers which, as you noted, still hold up today.
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Happy Holidays! I look forward to another year on this amazing site and wish you all many blessings!
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Happy Holidays from Italy.

Thank you everyone for participating in this wonderful forum.

You made me become a PT more mindful.

I'd like to say a ton of thoughts but my language skills are limited however I follow you with all my best attention.

A day I hope to know you directly, I'd like to know who is in the future of the pt's practice.

Cheers

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Old 26-12-2011, 07:12 AM   #9
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I heard David Sedaris Reads From His 'Santaland Diaries' on NPR on Friday and it's still makes me smile today. His impression of Billie Holiday is too much. Anyway, for those who haven't heard it enjoy.

From a SomaSimple elf who enjoys his "job" more than Sedaris enjoyed his.
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To Bernard and everyone here - may you have a great holiday and happy new year.
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Let me add my the thanks and well wishes. The conversations have challenged me to think. They have been a welcome spotlight all the things I don't know.

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Warmest greetings from the Costa del Sol in Spain.
Thanking all of you that have made this forum possible and wishing everyone
a fantastic 2012.
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