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A Good Day!

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Thanks to my friend Julie, who is a physical therapist, for coming over to show me how to use a walker without bearing weight on one leg, how to get in/out of my house (2 steps), how to get in/out of the shower and up from a soft couch. The walker is sooooo much easier than crutches. I'm all set between having that and the knee scooter I'll be renting. After Julie's visit, I'm feeling much more confident that I'll be able to be on my own after my foot surgery.

What a great time I had today with 2 of my friends! The Rockettes Christmas Spectacular was just that....spectacular! Each of the 12 numbers was fantastic ~ loved the March of the Toy Soldiers, The 12 Days of Christmas, Nutcracker and The Living Nativity! What a festive show! Then we headed to Chava's Mexican for dinner ~ delicious food, and from what my friends said, great margaritas! On top of that, I was shocked and ecstatic to hear our Mizzou Tigers pulled off a super win after 4, yes 4 overtimes! They were losing 21-7 at half when I was heading into the Peabody. Why didn't I record that game? Way to stick with it till the end, Tigers!
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  • v GODSCHILD2_2011
    Susie, it sounds like you had a fantastic time. So when are you having surgery? Well, I hope things go well with it and that you heal quickly.


    1351 days ago
  • v COLETTEISGREAT
    Yay for friends like Julie!!
    1352 days ago
  • v LYNNIERN
    Oh Susie, it sounds like you had a great day BUT you missed a GREAT game. The Tigers looked great in those OT, it was a little dicey when the 2 point conversion wasn't successful but the defense did their job!


    1352 days ago
  • v SHERIO5
    Sounds like a great day!
    1353 days ago
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