Monday, April 17, 2017
Just a quick little update to let you all know that your prayers and well wishes were so very appreciated. I am recovering quite nicely and was up walking one hour after surgery. I am two weeks into my recovery now and walking without the use of a walker or cane. I take the cane with me when we go out, just as a safe measure. The hardest part of my recovery has been not being able to go outside and see my roses each day. The pain has been quite manageable and although I do not like the feeling of being tired, physical therapy would not be possible without the help of pain medication. The Doctor and therapist all tell me I am a "rockstar" in regards to my quick recovery. Hoping to hit the trails this fall and get some hiking done. Thank you again for your kind emails and the many prayers.
Sunday, April 02, 2017
Tomorrow, April 3, at 12:30 I will be having my knee replacement surgery and I would covet your prayers for the surgeon, for my dear husband (so he won't worry too much) and for me, that all go well and that my recovery go well. I know the Lord will be with me, but there is comfort in knowing others are praying for you. Thank you in advance.
I am going to be in the surgery center for just 24 hours if all goes according to plans. I am thrilled to be able to recover at home. I will have a nurse come in a few times and have physical therapy at home until I can leave the house. I am thankful for such good health that allows me to have such a short stay.
I know this will not be an easy peasy recovery but I will get to enjoy looking out the window of my bedroom and seeing my rose garden and that will be a wonderful delight.
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