Tonight I am starting by showing off a photo taken by my friend Sally. She hopes to turn it into a piece of art one of these days and I love the detail she captured.
Gary and Woody worked on the gardens again today and we had a special delivery lunch courtesy of none other than the woman who took the picture above. Balboas from Barbers. We really pigged out and I actually sat at the table (with my leg up and iced).
Don came for a therapy session around 3. I made sure that the pain meds were taken and did my exercises late morning. Can't help it! I dread the two tough ones and the last brought me to tears.
However (Brett) I measured to 92 and am still straight and alive to talk about it. My case manager wants to send me to Agape...maybe as soon as next week. I thought it was because I was not where I was supposed to be....but no! It's because I have good strength and am doing well.
When I looked out at the horses, Abbe was running around chased by flies minus her mask. So, I went out and put one back on her. Didn't feel too bad.
The next thing I knew, my name was being called by Greg T. . He had a flat tire on his bike and was looking for an air pump. Fortunately we had one. Remember Greg? He plays the piano at all the first fridays and also accompanies our chorus.
Around 4:30 our friend Judy C. (from Florida...lives here part of the year) brought us one of her spectacular pies...strawberry rhubarb. If you could only get here, I would share it with you.
I really need to ice my knee. More tomorrow.