|Surgical dressing off and the waterproof bandaid on - thank goodness for these so you can shower.|
|2 weeks after surgery, staples out, steri-strips on and boy does it feel good to have the staples out!|
|This is something they wrap around your knee and leg at PT, it cools like an ice pack and massages too. It's divine!|
I have a friend who makes the most fabulous mosaics do an owl for me and it came right before my surgery. I call him Hooty and I think he is gorgeous!
|Cliff's seems to be hiding behind Hooty!|
|One of Cliff's favorite t-shirts. I think it's so cute.|
|Rascal - can you believe he's been with us 2 years now. He's such an adorable and funny little guy!|
|Well I don't let a knee replacement get me down, I tried making my first chicken pot pies and boy did we love them.|
|And Cliff loves this buttermilk cheese cake, so I made him one. I also made a strawberry sauce for the top.|
|I found this awesome, all cotton quilt on Amazon for 52.00 and got it for a light weight summer quilt on the bed - Maddie decided to be the model for the picture. I really like the quilt and it's so light weight so perfect for summer around here.|
|My Auntie told me she was sending me something and to watch for it. It arrived yesterday. It's an owl that is dressed like Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. I just love it - so adorable and so different from my other owls.|
|I went to a pop up boutique yesterday at a gals house. She and her friends get together and sell their crafts and I found these wood owls. I thought they were so cute and different.|
|See my beautiful necklace - my friend Robyn sent it to me to aid in my recovery and put a smile on my face - it worked. It's so beautiful!|
So those are the highlights of the past month. Also a lot of meds, sleeping, pain, drooling while napping and just trying to get back to being me and off those darn drugs. I have to say I still have to take some pain meds, but nothing like it was and thankfully I can focus and think again.
Well it's time for me to do some housekeeping. I've done some, but there is more, does it ever end?
Happy Stitches and Hugs,