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Friday, January 29, 2016

Captain is back in charge

Jaq is now out of hospital and back on the boat and very happy to be in her own environment. She can move around the boat on one crutch    but standing too long is not going to happen for a while. Exercises are carried out several times a day to get everything back to full working order in the near future.
Ice packs are getting the swelling to decrease a lot.

Jaq sends her thanks for all your good wishes and is sure she will survive my cooking, supervised by her of course.

12 comments:

Marilyn McDonald said...

Lovely to see that new knee! Go well and get well, in spite of Les's cooking ... Biggs hugs, M&Dxox

nb.bobcat said...

You and Rob will have to compare knee scars when we meet up again. His are fading slightly but still quite impressive. Keep up the exercises. Kath x

antinady said...

I'd like to be a fly on that wall!!!!!

Was good seeing you the other day even though Jaq was a little 'dopey' shall we say. Glad you both back home and good luck with the recovery. Like we said if we can be of any help let us know and we will see what we can do.

Love n hugs
Tina & Andy
Xx

Jo said...

Special hugs Jaq.
So pleased to read you are home and the operation went well. Now lots of TLC and exercises.
Please let us know if we can do anything?
We will pop down to see you when you feel you can cope with visitors. We will wait to hear from you.

All our love.
Jo & Keith xxxxx

Tom and Jan said...

Dear Les,
Jaq already had one crutch. The hospital must have given her a second! :-)

Jennifer said...

cute knees, take it easy you two. Jennifer & Peter nb Mactra's Filia (presently in Tassie)

Carol said...

Glad to see you’re back onboard Jaq. Keep up with those exercises but don’t over do it! lots of hugs xx

Win said...

All looks good Jak
Just do the exercises and get pottering. As you know my Jack has had two new knees in six months and he's great !!
Love to you both

Win & Jack
Nb Firecracker

Sue said...

Ah it must feel great to be home. We are both so pleased everything went well and you are home super quick. Love to you both Sue & Vic xxx

The Budds said...

Great news. Well done xxx

Mike & Phill Muir said...

Well, that was the easy bit, some one else did all the work, now it's up to you, Jaq! Keep on keeping and you will soon be able to throw those crutches away. No, not Les, the tin things!

Jaqueline Biggs said...

Hi everyone, I apologize for taking so long to answer. My days have been hemmed in with exercises every two hours which leave me knackered, snoozing in bits here and there, walking the length of the boat countless times, and simply enjoying breathing in and out. My nights are restless as it is impossible to get comfortable enough to actually sleep for any length of time. I so appreciate all the love and support sent my way. Thanks everyone.
Jaqxxx

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