So, I spend a lot of time looking out the window at my feeders which Terry has graciously kept filled. I never tire of watching the action out there.
I have been doing a little reading. A very little FB. A small amount of cooking. Of course, I am still stitching cupcakes on the quilt.
Then, there's the TV. Terry has a routine of shows he watches and I listen along while he watches. I don't have much interest on daytime TV, but I do have a few shows I watch at night. I can't get him to switch over to Netflix, but I'm working on that.
I go back to the Doc on the 22nd. I expect him to allow me to walk using my own shows as long as they don't put pressure on the fusing joint. I have read that it takes about 6 months to actually fuse and that you can have the plate removed in the future. I'll ask him about that.
The xray of my foot shows that when I thought I broke my foot about 8 years ago and didn't go to the doctor, I really DID break it. It shows the break pretty clearly. Now, it only have pains me when the weather changes. I'm thinking that's not bad if I had gone to the ER, had a cast and went through THIS.
Thankful: Today, there are so many things to be grateful for. At the moment, I'm happy that when I turned 65, I took the time to look into an insurance policy. It's NOT a supplementation policy. It's a policy you buy and use instead of Medicare. The cost is the Medicare premium plus $39 a month, So far I have paid very little for Doctor appointments, lab work, xrays and this surgery.