Random Thoughts on Thursday

1:28 PM

On Monday I finally got some of my garden planted.  All of the cool weather seeds are in the ground.  A month or so after I normally plant them, but in the ground.  
And just before the rain this week.  Rain.  Not snow!  Although the mountains are getting snow.   In the ground are radishes (french breakfast and some white icicle), lettuce, spinach, kale, carrots and beets.  The rule of thumb here is to plant the warm weather crops after mothers day.  I'll probably wait to plant them for a couple of weeks.  It's still frosty in the mornings.

Tuesday was shoulder surgery.  All went well.  Even better, my rotator cuff did not need to be re-attached so the time my arm will be in a sling is minimal.  The Dr. filed down the bone spur and cleaned up the cuff.  Now begins the most intensive six weeks of physical therapy.  I had lost a lot of range of motion, so we will begin to get that back.  Not looking forward to it.   I'm kind of still in my happy place right now, you know, better living through chemistry!

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5 comments

  1. Mmmm kale is the yummiest thing ever isn't it? This garden is going to grow quickly with all that rain! I'm glad that the surgery went well, I was wondering how your arm was doing. Good luck with the physical therapy, I'm sure you'll be feeling better than ever very soon!

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  2. Glad your surgery went well my friend and i wish you a speedy recovery! I can't wait to see pictures of the garden as it blooms!!

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  3. So glad that your surgery went well! I was just thinking of you this morning and wondering. Onward and upward!!!

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  4. So glad your surgery went well!

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  5. Healing thoughts and energy sent your way. now I am really feeling like a slacker though I really need to get moving on my garden.
    I have been busy trying to build up a new nicer coop for my new hens. I think I will have to break the time up 50/50
    Thanks for the inspiration.
    Karin from http://openbeauty.blogspot.com/

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