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  • v FRAN0426
    Thank you for reading my blog tonight, and for the nice comments. Yes, I am looking forward to get into the pool for the water walking, some how that seems a safer way than walking outdoors right now for awhile. Keep using your knee for going up stairs, it will help. Remember tho---up with the good leg ( knee), down with the injured or surgical one. I have down that since my partial replacement years ago.
    49 days ago
  • v FRAN0426
    Walking is coming along, actually doing some walking in the house without the walker or cane. I am not ready to switch from the walker outdoors to a cane yet. I have hardly any pain compared to what I was having before the surgery. The surgeon said once he got going with the surgery he wondered how I was walking it looked so bad. I told with a lot of pain.
    55 days ago
  • v SMACG61
    finance and space dictates that won't happen any time soon. I love pretty much all types of quilting but appliqué is probably my favourite technique. At the moment I have a double wedding ring quilt on the go which I've been doing with my daughter.
    65 days ago
  • v SMACG61
    Thanks for your note. I look forward to seeing your finished quilt. I've actually never learned to quilt as you go. I do my own quilting on my domestic machine but it has a larger throat area than most. I would dearly love a mid arm machine but
    65 days ago
  • v FRAN0426
    Thanks for reading my blog, and for the comments---I will give the heat, then ice a try.
    101 days ago
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