Gono is going to be hospitalized


From Gono's blog.
I'm going to go hospital.  I'm having surgery every year in last 5 years and this is my 11th in my life.  Whenever having a surgery with the general anesthesia, I will lay on an operation table with a thin surgery uniform.  So not to be ashamed of being seen by anybody, I built my muscles before the surgery.
I trained as much as I could and am ready for the post surgery environment.  Now I go hospital by taking the train this morning.
 



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