Well, that's something, isn't it?
Judy, aka SWMBO, is making great progress in her recovery from her femur fracture in mid June.
She's still using the walker but she said the other evening to me "I have had several instances lately where I suddenly found myself a couple of steps away from the walker with no other support."
She made the mistake of mentioning that to her PT guy today and he said "Thursday bring your cane."
But her mood is good, most of the time, and I think she's looking at each of these developments, small as they may seem to the rest of us, as challenges to surmount.
And surmount them she shall.
After the hurricane . . .
The BRD's Beau Jack has a son who has lived in Key West for years and he and his lady evacuated a couple of days before Irma blasted across the keys maybe 25 or 30 miles from their home.
They came to Arizona to take temporary refuge with Jack and Gayle and have been anxiously scanning the internet trying to find out how their home fared.
From what they could tell today it looks like their house escaped wind damage.
Next is to find out about water.
So this terrible tragedy has come closer to home for us.
Some tidbits . . .
A very good friend who suffered a fall recently learned that she fractured a couple of vertebrae in her spine, is wearing a brace and is not-too-patiently waiting to meet with a neurosurgeon.
But she'll be okay . . she's only 85.
Another friend, Lori who lives Down the Street from our previous home, emailed that she had made a quiche and a pumpkin pie this morning.
Nothing, she said, spells autumn like quiche and pumpkin pie.
And our weather is about to break, with high temperatures dropping into the 70's later this week.
I'm doing fine.
First check of my new Pacemaker tomorrow.
The photos were taken from my front and back yards this evening.
I like the last one.