Tuesday, April 11, 2006

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Surgical Update

Phlox in Our Yard


Photographed 4/06





Other than starting two hours late my surgery today seemed to go very well. It will be another two to three weeks before they can evaluate the final results. At the present I can't tell any difference. I think my hand feels warmer but, I think that's just hopeful thinking on my part. My arm does definitely hurt at the moment, They gave me an Rx for some pain medication. I'll try to wait until bed time before taking any. Bed time is fast in coming tonight as I am very tired at the present time.

Sue arrived home safely about 7;00 pm this evening and leaves again tomorrow afternoon. So she will be here to sleep next to me and that's a very comforting thing.

Lots of things to do tomorrow - Get my truck inspected and then get new tags for it. This is a process they can take up to several hours depending on how long the lines are. Because we live in a metro Atlanta county emissions testing is required before the county will issue the tags. I see it as just another way to collect a fee from us.



5 Comments:

At 9:05 PM, Blogger Karen said...

Two hours is a long time to wait, but it's done and you can sit back for now. I hope all goes well and you get more use of your hand. I hate meds, too. That advalorum tax is a rip off, isn't it? I heard it was up for review.
Is this phlox? I love that stuff!

 
At 6:12 AM, Blogger Mark said...

Mark,
I have been checking in to your blog often.Stay with it,and stay strong, we are thinking about you.
My wife is back to work although she can't yet do anything manual,decorating etc.

 
At 8:13 AM, Blogger Edwin Sumun said...

Thanks for your comment on The Diva Series.

I hope you have a great day tomorrow. It's so good to see you up and about.

Till I next pop in...

 
At 9:13 AM, Blogger Kris said...

At least the surgery is done and you can be back to daily routines :)

The queue at the inspection office is the same here . Bring alone some reading materials while waiting.

Regards,
Kris :)

Ps. there are many individual houses here but unlike those mass housing development , it's usually scatter all over. The cost? I never thought of buying yet ..hehe ,so I dont know

pps. this comment is as long as a novel..lol

 
At 2:58 PM, Blogger Lisi said...

Hey, things are slowly going for the better I'm sure...so keep your spirit up ...nice photos you have these days :-)

 

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