Hi Sue- the sailing sounds great- hope the weather stays fine....
No kids at my school next week as it's prep week for teachers only. I was clever however and went in to school and prepared my classroom before my surgery. So next week will be a catch up with colleagues, variety of meetings and a couple of half days off for physiotherapy.
Kids return on 25th, and oh yes, they will come to me with their work!
I'm at an International School. The surgeon agreed straight away that I could return. I feel pretty mobile and will be getting up early to do my exercises, as well as at lunchtime. It's all about range of movement and muscle control at this stage.
No sign of any lymph drainage massage! What's that all about? Do physios do it?
I took the option of staying awake for this surgery. 2 hours, including the removal of a pin from a previous surgery. I watched the whole thing on tv via the arthroscope and found it completely fascinating. There was a lot of drilling, sawing and hammering!