I'm having a minor surgery and I need to postpone a session with one of my clients from France. She wrote to me this sentence: "I wish you a good recovering Saturday". I certainly think this is not idiomatic, but I still want to check the grammatical correctness of this sentence and the associated phrases, below.
I'm aware that we can use the phrase 'recovery day', but I've the following questions:
- Can we use 'recovering day' to mean 'day of recovery' or 'recovery day'?
- Can we use 'recovery Sunday' ... is it grammatically correct?
- Can we use 'good recovering day' grammatically (if not idiomatically)? Or should we rather use 'good recovery Sunday', if the answer to 2) was a yes? The point here is putting two adjectives together: 'good' and 'recovery'. I know two adjectives can coexist, but is it okay to use like that?
Thanks in advance!