Saturday, March 29, 2014

In Rehab

Moving Day

I am still in the same hospital but have moved into acute rehab.

I've been out of bed several times now. The serious pain is localized in my stapled sutures. My leg muscle is weak and a bit crampy, but I suspect that will go away quickly if my system works the way it usually does. 

Horses and kitties at home are all doing just fine. Debbie is an absolute treasure the way she cares for things. 

My new room is a little smaller with a view of the hospital roof instead of green hills and trees. There are plenty of forested areas behind the building, though, so I am not nature deprived. 

Now I just need to get myself back in shape. One more challenge to overcome in life. 

Yippee!!

7 comments:

  1. Glad things are moving along. Ah, challenges . . .

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  2. Rehab is always such a pain...literally. Hope all goes well and you're out of there soon. Glad everything is fine at home. Good luck.

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  3. So glad you are in rehab now. Once the acute pain from the surgery is over I bet you will recover quickly. I am hoping the extra rest will benefit your knees.

    Thanks goodness you have a good person to take care of your house, kitties and horses.

    When you finally get back home and can get outside you will be energized by ... spring! It's in the air.

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  4. Oh my. Just catching up cant believe it took that long to find it and cant believe you did that in that fall. Oh my. So sorry!

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  5. Oh my goodness. glad you are on the mend. I haven't looked at your blog since you had the fall. Can't believe it took so long to find the fracture. Get some good rest. Be sure to give your arms lots of exercise to keep the muscle tone in the rest of your body.
    Now may be a good time to catch up on Game of Thrones or some other long TV series.
    Any news on when you might be going home? Give me a call when you are up for some stimulating conversation.

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  6. Dang, I wish I were close, I'd help with the animals! and sneak you some good coffee and non-hospital food in.
    - The Equestrian Vagabond

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