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Knee is looking good

Captain’s Log, Stardate 11.28.2005

Went to the doctor’s today and saw his assistant. My knee looks so much better than it did last year—no blistering, only a little swelling. After they removed the catheter for the pain pump, I started feeling an inner ache, but it’s still tolerable. I’m upping my pain med dosage a little. I’m now off the crutches and hobbling around with a stiff leg brace.

Thanks to everyone who prayed! God is so good!

I also have a new message box on my sidebar. I’m so proud of myself for doing that all by my lonesome, despite my html-deficiencies. Leave me a message!

Writing: Hope to get more revisions done tonight!

Comments

  1. Good news, Camy! Rest well, sweetie.

    And cool message box. I may steal that one day. :D
    Mir

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  2. Awesome, Teach me how! :0)

    I'll just leave the rest of the message over yonder, teehee.

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  3. You know Camy, Randy Ingermanson says to put stuff on your web site that interests you and draw other people in for that. How about you become a knee surgery specialist? Lots of people have this surgery.
    I'm thinking of you and praying for you. Mary

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  4. Or, I'm thinking this surgery could be used in an upcoming book....oh, think of the possibilities....poor heroine is trying to run from the bad guys, but her knee goes and she has to hide to have the surgery, under an assumed name, of course, and falls in love with the surgeon, who doesn't really know who she is. AHHH...okay, so I do the suspense thing, obviously!

    Seriously, glad you're better! How'd you do on the revisions last night?

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  5. If the surgeon looks like Bruce Boxleitner, I'll buy the book!

    Mir--oh, so shallow today

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  6. Wow! Walking around already. PTL

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