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Category Archives: 365 Days
This evening we got a sudden downpour; we hadn’t realized that the drainpipes were clogged until we saw this. Try look all the water coming out of the bottom of the pipe!
These two lovely ladies (actually, there was a third, also, but I missed getting a photo of her) came down from the forest, jumped over the pasture fence, and began munching away on the lovely green grass. I quietly walked … Continue reading
Many days passed… …and here I am again, four months post-op +/-. And really doing quite well, all things considered. I’m driving again. Poor Nolemana had to be my chauffeur for weeks and weeks, and now he can focus on … Continue reading
Whew. This certainly wasn’t as easy as the first one. I’ve been in lots more pain, which is to be expected considering what my surgeon had to do, not only to replace my knee, but also to straighten my leg. … Continue reading
Three and a half weeks pass… I can drive now!! I started on October 9th, a month minus a day post-op. Amazing. It felt great, though I kinda overdid it three days later driving too far, but with no lasting … Continue reading
And ten days fly by… I’ve been working really, really, hard in physical therapy and with my exercises at home. And it’s paying off. I saw my surgeon’s assistant on the 21st, and she removed the dressing on the incision … Continue reading
I’m still here. I made it through. Right now my days are taken up with exercises. And more exercises. And physical therapy. Then turn around and do it all over again. Nolemana has been absolutely fantastic, helping me with almost … Continue reading
Time for anodda da kine! My Christmas amaryllis from a year ago started blooming again!
Kalakoa is my kolohe pōpoki, and so much like my beloved girl, ʻUkulele, who I miss so much, that plenny times I know ʻUkulele sent her. Just like ʻUkulele, Kalakoa finds balls of yarn, or socks, and brings them into … Continue reading