Re the blog; I am very surprised and appreciative at the feed back I have had in regard to moving away from Margaret River Correspondent. I think I am more surprised that people read it to be honest. So, after considering that feed back, I have decided to continue on in a random kind of manner. The time has come for me to put my greater thinking to other things, but I could still contribute to the blog as a hobby.
|My feet, before surgery.|
|The xrays at the 6 month mark, which was the other day. Dr Wu 's feed back is:
"showed excellent alignment of all the bones". I am very happy about that!
|You know its summer when the Cicada's arrive. This one was in the house, I am just taking him back outside. Too cute!|
|Sight seeing with Rhonda, who had come all this way to see me. This is looking back up the coast from Cape Leeuwin, the most south westerly point in Australia. It's where the Indian Ocean & the Southern Ocean meet.|
|Looking due west from Cape Leeuwin|
|The light house at Cape Leeuwin|
|Boranup Forest, these trees are massive, Rhonda and I took the dirt road drive through the back of the forest, its bumpy, but so beautiful|
|The view from Wills Domain, a lovely girls lunch, consistently good food. Love it.|
|Wills Domain, one of our famous football players Nic Naitanui bailed up for a photo by one of the girls, he is seriously tall!|
Hi Cath, it must have been about 6 months since your surgery, just wonder whether you are fully happy with it? Dr Wu's website says patients should have fully recovered and be able to resume normal form of exercise - is this what you are experienceing?ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for sharing!
~ Diana from Hong Kong
Hi Diana, Thanks for your comments. I am working on a comparison with what I 'thought' would happen, and what has actually happened. I just have to wade through my office to find all my paper work. I did list what was the suggested recovery program in the 'Bunion' section. And, no, if I compare to that then recovery is longer. I do have to say that the feet have experienced another turning point, and I am happy with that. Cheers CathDelete