Yes, I'm STILL in a splint, and have another week to go.
My house looks like a landfill threw up in it! LOL
I haven't figured out how to get the full bag out of my trash can with just one hand... at least, not without tearing it or dumping it all over and having to start all over-- yes, I did that!--and I now have three free-standing trash bags ready to go but I can't pick them up! My linoleum floors haven't been swept or mopped in over a month, and I vacuumed until the canister was full, but I can't get it open to empty it--it's hard to do with TWO hands!... and though my one neighbor would like to help, she's deathly allergic to cats: she can handle about five minutes with just an antihistamine and migraine meds, but has an epi-pen for any prolonged exposure... the only other neighbor I could have asked moved out in the middle of the night ten days ago. I haven't been able to contact anyone at my church... I'm even still looking for someone to drive me to my colonoscopy next month... any volunteers? LOL
...I'm going a little crazy here! LOL
On the bright side, my one-handed typing skills have somewhat improved... Licorice has finished his meds and his fur is getting thicker, Isis lost about half a pound and has become very playful and lovey (she'd never been a lap cat before, but has suddenly become "velcro kitty!" lol), and Amigo is a little chubby boy--it suits him, and he too is all lovey--though NOT a lap cat! LOL
I can barely wait to get back to a "normal Kathy" lifestyle... patience is NOT my best virtue any more! LOL
Well, got to go see what I can make of today's physical therapy session. My shoulder is having a fit. I think it feels neglected, because I have to skip some of the exercises due to the fact that I can't grip the equipment, or pull, or do my wall exercises (like rows and shoulder rotations with an exercise band, wall slides and wall push-ups, pulleys...
Still, the way I figure it, any day I wake up is a GOOD day!
Be well, dear friends!