So glad they taste good. I'll wager your group have missed you. Y'all do so many good things for people. Don't overdo the therapy, but I know you'll keep plugging away until you feel you've done your best. I greatly respect that. Hugs, Linda
I remember the soreness of new exercise over the course of several days, then *suddenly* the next day the pain is gone! But, then again, I was only seventeen back then, LOL :P Hope you are doing better each day!
That's okay. I just wanted to be sure that they were delivered as promised. I have never had that kind before. I hope they were tasty. I love peach cobbler myself and usually try to make at least one during peach season. I'm so glad that you are walking even with a walker, and the filter has been removed. I know you must be tired of people poking, prodding, and cutting on you. Let's pray that's all behind you for a good long time. Hugs, Linda
That's good of them to pay attention to little things like preventing folks from bleeding out. I like that in a hospital. Walkers are a great tool while the balance, strength and stamina are getting back on line. Dancing has always been out for me as well. The world is a safer and happier place when I stay off the dance floor.
I sure prefer to hear the sound of "quick" and "outpatient". You had quite a stay at Casa de Stanford. Those steps were a long time coming but then you were very banged up. I'm very glad to hear that your recovery is progressing. Square dancing may be a ways off yet but you're moving in the right direction. Keep the faith!
Your friends all have a proud of you too! I faved those earlier to Dr TC to share the good news. Just remember not to overdo, slow and steady progress is the ticket. I bet all your fur babehs are so happy to have you home. And be sure to do any "homework" exercises the PT folks leave for you even if you want to play hooky :) We all got your back my friend.
Just confessed to Catsuberalles that when Wallaby was adopted he did not use the new litter box I had put in the bathroom for two whole days (I was frantic ...nobody told me that is not unusual for cats in new homes) I figured he was used to having his box in his cage, near his stuff at the shelter so I did what any crazed cat lady would do....I put a second box in our living/sleeping area ...away from his food table & our bed but still...prayers answered.. it worked ...he eventually started using the one in the bathroom...but frankly after two whole days with "nothing" I'd have been grateful for "indiscretions" anywhere....It's so good to hear you're all there for each other and that you're doing so well.
110 degrees is awesome, and I'm confident you will hit the magical 120 in less than two weeks, a lot less. I've sent you an e-mail with a link to a very funny short video. Hope it makes you smile. Brenda