Flowers Tom bought me, Monday?
Tom has been my steadfast caretaker. We have both managed to mostly stay patient through these first stages of my recovery. Today I am managing well enough that he could go somewhere else more important for a few hours.
Today is Irene's first high school track meet of the season. Our granddaughter is a senior at Mt Rainier HS and runs 100 and 300 meter hurdles and the 4x200 m relay. Also on the track is daughter Jill, who has stepped in as sprint coach when the team didn't have enough coaching support. She is loving it. I look forward to a full report with photos/videos when Tom gets home. He is also bringing home pizza.
After my glowing report in my last post, I had a setback. Trying to sleep in bed can be tricky this early in recovery. I'm kind of like a turtle on it's back. I tried to turn on my side and wrenched my surgical wound a good one. I relegated myself to the recliner, and did again last night, where I spend much of my time. I'm a little sleep deprived, and so is Tom, but we know it will slowly get better.
The sun is shining on those kids out there on the athletic field. I love watching track and field events. I may make it to a few meets, maybe the warm ones. :-) It's still cold today.