Damnit Tom, how many times do I have to tell you not to to drive your home through the drive through lane?
I'm thinking that could be some trouble if it goes down good.
Ok. Into the surgery center at 11:30A and home at 3 here at the LuckyStrike rehab center. Getting ready to eat something and have a BL. Walking with no issues.
probably feel a bit of pain later due to swelling but so far so good.
Don’t be afraid of the pain meds if you need them- that’s a major surgery you had done.I refuse to take that pain med which is basically oxy cotton. Nope…not gonna do it. Plus I got thru it all with the knee replacement.
Don’t be afraid of the pain meds if you need them- that’s a major surgery you had done.
Keep up the great adventure and the posting, love this thread. Current plan is to hit the road and do some travel nursing in a few years when my kiddo graduates, he’s 9.
How does the truck handle it? That’s what I want but don’t want to have to buy a dually either.
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How hard was it to find?
It seems nobody has any inventory.
Sounds like you have some pretty good friends.Tick tock tick tock….
the knee surgery is feeling pretty good today. Hanging tight here while AJ and wife are getting ready to head to Key West for a wedding tomorrow.
i guess there were crystals on the knee cap and surrounding area that needed “scrapped out” as well as a clean up of the torn meniscus along with floating cartilage removed. It was a rough couple of days but showing quick improvement now.
cant wait till this is all over and done. I will be in a much better spot in life. Looking forward to walking pain free for the first time in roughly 20 years.
again….thanks to AJ and Patty for being so supportive and looking after me when needed. Been eating some great meals and hanging out. Couldnt have done this without them.
So Last night we Surprised Tom with a Birthday Cake and Grilled Chicken And Sauteed Jumbo Gulf Shrimp
Wish Tom a HAPPY B-Day....Even though its a Day Late