Both DH and I thought this surgery would be easier than the first in so many ways. Most importantly, it is not my driving foot so I will not have to rely on Joe to drive me around for six weeks. But also, we've been through it and know what worked and what didn't. We are also hoping pretty hard that Alan will not break any bones this time around!
|In the hospital waiting for Alan's arm to be set|
|The "Guard Kitty" didn't do anything to notify DH either!|
|All my craft projects will have to wait|
As Joe would say, "On the bright side, we didn't have to call 911 and I was only lying there for about 10 minutes."
But the bruises are a big ouch at the moment -- almost worse than the surgery site!