Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Sea Witch is on the move!

Hello everyone!  Wanted to share a photo of my new knee.  

I have been blessed with an amazing surgeon and terrific follow up care.  Moving a little slow as I begin my recuperation and the PT can be a little tough, but I have a new outlook on life with mobility.  Funny, the pain I had with the arthritis is gone, capute, fini!!!  The pain I'm dealing with now is close to none thanks to pain management and when I do have it, it is post surgery pain. 
If I follow my PT and post surgery instructions, I should be back in the antiquing saddle before I know it.  This Seawitch has just got swim and check out what is out there.  Thank you all for our emails, comments and prayers.  Blessings to you and those you love.  Sea Witch

9 comments:

My Garden Diaries said...

Hey you! You take care of yourself!!! Thank goodness the pain is minimal and that you are moving a little! All the best to you in your recovery....prayers are coming your way!

Amanda said...

I've never seen the stitches after a knee surgery, it looks like it would be so painful, but glad to hear it isn't as bad as before! Good luck in your recovery!!

audrey said...

Now that's a LOT of staples! Happy to hear the surgery is over and you are already in PT and thinking positive thoughts about your life with no pain.
You will do great and be back showing us your latest purchases in no time.
Take care. Be strong.
audrey ♥

Robin Larkspur said...

Wow and ouch!! Much good luck with the PT and with your positive attitude you should do great! Sending love and light your way. Hugs from Robin!

shirley said...

OOOOO! ouch! that looks so painful but glad to hear is is not too bad. Good luck with the recovery soon you will be running everywhere.

Bead and Needle said...

Oh, HOLY CRAP!!! You ROCK, gal, if you're telling me that doesn't hurt...and I'm glad it doesn't! Sending healing thoughts your way...I KNOW you're going to feel better in no time. XOXO Tanya

Alexscache said...

Dari, Happy to hear you're doing so well-soon you'll be back on the antiques trail! Blessings, Cheryl Alexander

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I know it looks more painful that it is! You will be very happy you did this surgery in a few months when you are healed and back to normal activity. Everyone I know who have had knee or hip replacement has been very !happy with the final outcome. Take cgood care of yourself and don't overdo in the beginning

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