It has been chilly here, but sunny.
On Friday I bundled up against a cold breeze, took my walker outside, and walked up and down the gravel driveway and around the yard. Then I had Tom move a patio chair into the sun so I could just soak up some Vitamin D. It felt great. I took a selfie.
I am using my walking stick most of the time in the house, but have strict instructions from my PT to use the walker outside. That suits me just fine. I am not all that stable yet.
On Saturday I decided it was time for a real walk. We drove over to our nearby neighborhood park where I could walk/wheel on paved pathways.I walked just under a half mile. That doesn't sound like much, I guess, but it will just be three weeks on Monday since my hip replacement surgery. I was pleased with myself and so happy to be outside walking. I could have done more, but, as you know, I have to monitor myself so as not to over do things.
Tomorrow, Sunday, we may have some snow before the day is over. It won't last, but it will be messy. I will have to put park walking on hold, but hopefully not for too long.
My COVID life was OK as long as I could walk and drive. Now I am grounded and it sucks. I am getting restless. I guess I need to find a project.