I spent quite a bit of time this morning getting set up for a new round of physical therapy. After a month and a half I finally had another appointment. I have been diligent at doing my exercises, at least most of the time. I'm not sure if it is helping, but at least it is keeping me moving.
There were some new exercises, and I spent time remaking my checklists, indicating which I do once every day, which I do three times every day, and which I do three days a week. It always takes longer the first few days until I get my rotations down. Then I just have to remember to do them.
Then I had to do a turn on the stationary bike, usually 30 to 40 minutes.
Then I finally got outside to do an hour of yard work. I have begun cleaning up the lawn edges, a little bit at a time. I am not good at working in the sun and it is 73 this afternoon. I'll do some more tomorrow.
Tom went to garden club without me this morning. He decided to just go to lunch and not the garden visit, but I just wanted to concentrate on my personal tasks.
On Friday after my PT session I had a phone appointment with my neurosurgeon. Now that my "team" has all checked in I have decided that it is time to get signed up for another hip replacement. I have emailed my orthopedic surgeon and will wait to hear from him. I suspect surgery will be sometime in January of February, which works for me.
I have a college football game on the TV here on my computer desk. Looks like the Washington State Cougars will beat the University of Oregon Ducks. Obviously it's a big rivalry and the Pullman home crowd is loving it. It ain't over yet, though. Football season is fun.
Now here's your flower fix.