Glad to know you're recovering, Rich. This is probably the right time to repeat what we already told you a month ago: take it easy, we will wait. Don't force things and give yourself all the time you need to recover properly.
I'm a musician, so I understand how horrible losing mobility in your hand must be. I hope all of our good wishes will help you through such a tough time. I'll be praying for your complete (and swift!) recovery.
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I wish you the very best for the days and weeks ahead. Surely this is a difficult time for you, and through your great art and creativity, we are many who feel that in a way, your troubles are somewhat our own.
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I remember when I broke the pinky on my left hand (my writing hand!) and had a cast for 3 weeks. No writing, no typing, no video games...When they took it off, I could barely move that finger and the other they anchored it to.
Don't worry. Take your time and do your physical therapy. It will get better.
Also, be careful not to over use your lefty. Seriously, I cut off the tip of my right index finger and while that was healing I overused my left hand to the point of almost hurting it. So please take it all in moderation.
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Seriously, thanks much for the update, and glad there's some progress. I can only imagine how frustrating this has been for you. Keep up with the therapy, and, agreeing with everybody else, take your time getting better. We're eager for you to be able to get back to work, but probably nowhere nearly as eager as YOU are. Don't rush it. We'll be here.
Best of wishes! I've broken my arm before (three seperate occasions) and have needed to learn skill: bend elbow. Take it easy and before you know it you'll be moving that thumb all over the place. And, who knows, maby this experience will give rise to new material / side story arc for the comic. Keep on keepin on!