Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Run? Me? I feel like I could:)

So, yesterday was my 6th month Ortho check up on my ankle. Not much change in that baby since my last visit in May which is good for me. He said I could have surgery anytime I wanted and I am in no hurry. I do have a lot of pain and having surgery would take that severe pain away but I am just not ready. Not right now! My last surgery was in Oct 07 which wasn't that long ago…..

Last time we talked about pain relievers and anti inflammatory meds, he told me to take Aleve, which doesn't work!

This time he sent me home with a script for Tramadol and gave me an injection.

The injection is AMAZING! I feel like I can run, but I wont. Haha, that wouldn't be very wise! But just to HAVE THAT FEELING is wonderful. My foot hasn't felt this good since before my accident, so what's that tell ya.

He said the injection may not last very long but if I like it I can call and get another one. HEY, if it works don't fix it right? :)

I'm feeling REALLY good and am THANKFUL to be where I am today after all that has happened!

These next 2 weeks are slammed for me. I've gotta cram in as many prims as I can this week and the week after Thanksgiving because our Open House is Dec 5th and I'm trying to stock the booth with a variety of dolls and ornies.

Ornies are not something I make all of the time because they are so tedious and time consuming so I'm hoping to have enough to cover the tree and fill a few bowls with Kindles help:)

I doubt Ill get a chance to get back on before the Holiday so I'm wishing you all a Wonderful Thanksgiving and to let you know that I am Thankful to all of YOU, my blog pals:) Thank you  for your support, advice, inspiration and friendship!!

 

 

 

11 comments:

Linda said...

Hi Jenn.......so glad for you that you are doing much better with that ankle. I know you will have the best booth at the Open House!
talk to you later,
Linda

Carmen C. said...

That is wonderful you got relief from the pain! As someone who has fibromyalgia,, I know first hand how relief from chronic pain for even a while can make you feel wonderful! Enjoy your crafting and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Farm Field Primitives said...

Glad your ankle feels better. Hopefully the injection will work for a while and get you through the holidays. Good luck on your open house. Take care.
~Melissa~

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

I am so thankful that you have some relief and know that surgery is a possibility when you are ready.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours as well!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh sweetie...
Shots are wonderful when we need them like this. I have had several over the years. Relief is temporary but oh what rest we have in that short period.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and thank you for blessing me with each of your posts, and your wonderful dolls. They are just exquisite.

Like everyone, I so wanted to win this precious snowman. You bring your dolls to life with such a beautiful spirit. Thank you for sharing with me.

Happy Thanksgiving sweetie. Country hugs, Sherry

carolyn@primitive~devotion said...

Jenn, I'm so glad that you finally got something to give you some relief! I hope it lasts a long time.
Good luck with your booth. I know it will be a huge success!
And I hope you & your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Tammy in Ontario, Canada said...

Love your blog. Your snowman that you gave away was really cute and your santa is adorable.

Susannah said...

Hi Jenn...Good luck at your open house...I wrote down the date! Your stuff will sell fast.

I am very glad about your ankle. But be careful!

Wonderful Thanksgiving Wishes to you and your family, Jenn. God bless.....

Friends,
Susannah

Terry said...

I know first hand how great those injections can work.
I hope it lasts a long, long time!
I'm with Linda...your booth will be the best one there!
Terry

Sandy said...

WOW, I bet you would of wished that you knew about this needle a long time ago :)))

Sure wish I lived closer so I could attend the open house...good luck! I know you will do well...

Sandy

Willow said...

Great news on your ankle...just remember just cause it feels great right now.....don't overdue it. I get shots every other month in my back and when it's feelin' great I sometimes "overdue" and then it will start naggin' me again...Good luck on your open house...wish I could attend ! Have a wonderful blessed Thanksgivin' !
TJ