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Busy Mom day

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Today my mom and I got a lot done. We started out with our breakfast at Perkins, and then the orthopedic surgeon for her broken wrist. She only needs a cast for her wrist. Was really interesting to see how they make the cast and apply it. We go back in two weeks for a recheck. Then we went for a chiro appointment for the two of us. Stopped for some sushi at the grocery store I work at for a quick snack and a few things she needed. Got more hearing aid batteries for her too.

Headed for home as she was beat. Got things arranged around the house so she is set for a few days. The cast is much easier to deal with and allows her more freedom to use her fingers and thumb. Long day for me too filling out paperwork for her and stuff like that.

Hubby and I did a bunch of errands tonight so we were on the run too. Hopefully things will get back to normal soon. Except not sure what is normal. emoticon

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LESLIELENORE 11/29/2012 1:22PM

    Normal? What's normal?

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MOSTMOM1 11/29/2012 10:34AM

    I'm so glad you can be there for your mom.

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KARIDIAN1 11/28/2012 10:51PM

    That was nice of them to pay your way too. Hope the trips you both took were not all boring business trips all the time.

So far a few Advil is all my mom has taken for pain. She doesn't like to take them at all. But i think the fall is shook her body up some and she is feeling it not just from her wrist.

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DR1939 11/28/2012 9:56PM

    Max broke his arm many years ago. He was in intense pain at first, but that soon went away. His company paid for me to travel with him as he couldn't button his shirt. It seems your mom is doing well. That's good.

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