Yep and the Sylmar quake too! The Northridge quake took out our chimney and the top six or seven rows of bricks landed in the middle of the hood of my vintage El Camino......How's the healing coming along. You feeling a little better each day?
Thanks, glad you like it :) Somehow things like accidents, mutiple surgeries and getting back on your feet (literally) can excuse you from yard work :) The absolute only up side to all of this is that we get to see more of you here :).
It's a plot I tell ya, a rehab plot! I understand what PT is doing for you, but what is OT doing to fruterh your rehab? I assume they are in some kind of contact with each other to coordinate your care. Don't usually pimp my stuff, but i am so pleased with my new flower garden and it's finally at a point I can show it off. Pick a bouquet for yourself to brighten your day my friend http://cheezburger.com/8296428544
LOL. Ya know, a good sense of humor like you have, along with your faith will definitely see you through this. And remember, "no pain, no gain" Huh, whoever made that saying up obviously never had to go through PT :) Are you able to do some work for Native Sons from home? I know you miss being as active as you used to be.
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.