Needless to say, after this post, I’ve been waiting for this day.
After having the 22 staples removed, a series of x-rays to check on healing, a chat with the doctor, a visit to the therapist (physical smarty pants), I was released to go my own way! I will check back in at the end of the month, but for the most part I am free and clear. The only restrictions are physical pain and movement. I’m allowed to return to the Y (but I have to be smart obviously). No incline bench presses. No shrugs. No…no…no. I have to be smart he says and I hear the peanut gallery (composed of my wife) saying, “No. No. No.” 🙂
It felt good to be released. To be able to drive my Frontier to the office without being chauffeured. To experience that sense of well-being which comes from something new.
There have been several “something news” which have come as a result of this accident. I’d like to share some of them with you in a future post or two. But time has run out for me on this one. I have a bike to ride.
OOOPS JUST KIDDING. 🙂
And here, for your viewing pleasure, is the xray of the repair. I think it is safe to say no airport security line will be safe for me.