George Lopez Finds a Perfect Match
When the comedian needed a new kidney, his wife, Ann, donated one of her own.
Moving Toward a Kidney Transplant continued...
In February, at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, his hands started
to shake when he was on the ninth hole. He missed his putt-twice.
"It was the first time I'd played golf in front of other people when I
had the medicine in me, so maybe the shakes were also from nerves. I told
myself, 'You can't hide it. This is heavy. You've got some strong medicine
going through you.'"
Then the tremors cleared. His game improved. His humor returned and loosened
him up. Asked whether anyone had noticed his hands shaking as he struggled ---
and failed --- to control his putt, he laughed and then did what he does best:
He made a joke.
"I think people just thought I sucked like all the other