My broken ankle is coming along. The doctors believe the best course is to let it heal naturally and that will take a few more weeks. There is not much pain involved, simply lots of boredom and impatience on my part. See, I’m not permitted to place any weight on it at all and that means very limited movement. Grrr. Can’t wait to get moving again.
Meanwhile I need to thank friends who have worked in and around our productions in the past year. They have really stepped up by stopping by to take care of tasks and chores we have limited ability to do. Thanks to Hunter, Carly and Hannah. We are extremely grateful.
Not all serious work around this. Recently Pamela posted a photo on Facebook (sorry, I won’t do Facebook) that caused a great amount of consternation among her online friends. A passerby snapped a photo of the two of us at a bus stop and caught my left leg hiding under the wheelchair. Many people thought it was much worse than she had been reporting with a broken leg and amputated leg. Not so. Just the ankle. When I looked at the photo, I saw what they meant. Take a look. Pretty funny, but it is fine.