|Yes, thank you very much.|
Are you tired of the leg updates? I am, sort of, (livin' the life 😎). Just for you, here's a link to a previous post, it's one of my favorites, and it consistently still gets readership. It's all about Gus, and as you may know, he's pretty cute. Click here: A Day in the Life. Don't read further.
The leg update: I had gracious boating friends take care of me for a couple of days at their "land" condo, and they made my New Years celebration, (such that I could), really fun. Here's what we did to my boot/brace.
They also loaned me a new walker, which gives me more mobility, and lets me carry things, as well as sit down when I get tired. And crutches, notice the custom color on both of them. Susie knows how to do things right! She's also a retired physical therapist, and helped me with circulation in my leg. Dan, her husband is an excellent chef, and we had many delicious meals. I can't thank them enough for their kindness, generosity, and hospitality.
|Bronze, not plain silver|
|How about a mauve walker?|
My niece doesn't have to be my chief fetch, and carry gal anymore.
|Bonus shot of Rachel's cute, but kind of clueless dog, Sparki.|
I found this sweatshirt online, and of course I'm ordering it! I'll wear it to my next doctor appointment.
|How appropriate is this? A sense of humor about the situation is important for good morale.|
What do you think, more bling? Have you ever had someone fetch, and carry for you? Did they like it?
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