I have seldom dreaded Mondays. For the most part I could not wait to get back to work, today is a little different, especially for Sherry. When we are in Belmont she dearly loves to go to Hardees at 0900 on Monday; sit and shoot the breeze with OLD friends and some class mates. But today, she missed that. Today is ‘solid cast’ time.
She has been very uncomfortable with the temp cast; it cut her circulation and she felt very uncomfortable, nearly to tears.
I am mister fixit. I got a pan of water and told her to soak it and I would loosen it. It did not loosen, I looked closer, it is not plaster, but fiberglass. Water is not gonna soften that stuff. LOL on me. So we unwrapped it and loosened the outer bands.
Here is the latest in fashion:
The true to the woman’s nature, “It doesn’t match my outfit!” LOL Anyway, she is ;more comfortable now and hopefully the worst has past.
I was reading the instructions with the cast. “Do not slide anything under the cast, ie: ruler, coat hanger or any foreign object! We are humans and if possible to scratch an itch we will. I feel like Maxine and q-tips: “If you are not supposed to put them in your ear, where are you supposed to put them?”
We are back home safe and sound and Sherry wanted to see the building.
I didn’t mention it, but the deck is built around a power pole that was installed to hold the back yard light.
The drywall is bedded and taped, I think that is the way it will remain.
Looking back out the door.
Washer and dryer are in place. I repaired both and now they have been tried with one load.
Our swing where we hope to spend some time.
Thanks for coming by the log.
PS: Another Church bulletin blooper:
Weight Watchers will meet at 7 PM at the First Presbyterian Church. Please use large double door at the side entrance.
There is something about the sweep grill that makes this 1934 Stud favor the 1935 Duese