So Disappointing

Today was the day I was suppose to pick up my new leg. The day I would win my independance from my wheel chair and walker. The day I could finally be able to come and go from my super handicap unfriendly condo building without needing help from anyone. The day I thought I would …
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A Successful Day

This was originally written yesterday 08.28.20 but due to technical problems could not be posted until today. Its been a while since I last posted anything. My apologies for that. I just got caught up in the day to day things like work etc. Not to say I’m not happy working because I am but …
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98 % Good News, 2% News I Didn’t Want To Hear

So I went to my doctor yesterday to see how the healing of my wound was progressing. It was 98% great news and 2% news I didn’t want to hear. First, the nurse was amazed. They always measure the width, length and depth of the wound. She kept remeasuring and going back and forth to …
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My Stumpity Stump Protector

So, I fell a couple weeks ago. Two weeks after the amputation. These things happen to people who are not used to the one legged life and sometimes even those who are. At any rate when I fell I landed on my stump. Not good. Falling on my stump caused a small amount of damage, …
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Lifes been good to me so far

I went to see my surgeon yesterday. For multiple reasons I was a bit apprehensive about going. First my appointment was not until 2:15 and I got up at 8:00. Sharon made me a large mug of coffee (GOD bless her) and went back to bed. I had not slept well the night before so …
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Peaks and Valleys

As one can imagine whenever a person has a life changing event happen to them it throws their whole world upside down. Life as they knew it no longer exists. Suddenly the person goes from their well established comfortable known routines to a world in which they feel like they know very little. Welcome to …
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