Wishing my awesome Mother, Dorset Lady, a speedy recovery from her shoulder replacement today. I know she should be sleeping as I type but my bet is she is reading through other people's PMR/GCA posts in her valiant attempt to help and advise. Rest easy for a few days Freja! xx
DL: Wishing my awesome Mother, Dorset Lady, a... - PMRGCAuk
Blimey. You really must be a Viking. I was 'down and out for months' after my shoulder replacement - you may remember my 'I am broken' post at the time. I therefore marvel at your tenacity. You are one remarkable lady! Though remember even the most remarkable ladies may need help sometimes, so make sure you have support package. It is amazing how much the simplest of tasks require two hands! Wishing you a speedy recovery. If you get offered hydrotherapy it is wonderful! X
Thank you so much for letting us know how DL is , that was really thoughtful of you with all the other jobs involved in helping after her surgery.
Please send her my love and hopes that her recovery goes smoothly.
Thanks again for looking after our favourite Viking Goddess , and I hope you both get to rest , relax and enjoy each other's company now the surgery is over and recovery begins.
Gentle Hugs xxx
That got me cogs boggled in the noggin. I am now thinking of stuff you can do. Once I had a bi-lateral carpel tunnel op (both hands same time). I did amaze myself at what I could actually do to keep my dignity.
If I think back that was Parker’s initiation into looking after a loony. No sane person has this op on both hands at the same time but I dint want 12 weeks off work to recover so I did it in 6.