Random and Everyday Thoughts. Perceptions of Life.
Oh dear, I hope all goes well. :)
Wishing you all the best over your forthcoming trials & tribulations!You don't realise how awkward things are single-handed until you're put in that position, as happened to me once...even making a cup of tea is a major ordeal!
Hello Jennyta,Thanks for your good wishes.
Hi AxS-I-L has warned my putting on socks could be an interesting exercise! Thanks for your kind thoughts.
Take care! I can vouch that doing most everyday things one-handed isn't easy! Flighty xx
ZACL,I hope your operation will be successful and bring you much benefit.Iida san, a Japanese blogger and also husband of my kana shodo teacher recently had his first operation and blogged about it. I'm not suggesting you to do the same, but I was shocked and delighted to see how he delved into the problem with all his skills, and my goodness, I started to see the way of blogging (Blogger-Do?), so to speak. Against his wife's protest, he sneaked his digital camera into the operation room and had someone take a photo. We burst into laughter when his wife told us students about it. I think blogging is like a novel of the blogger.I'll keep my eye on your blog and appreciate double because of your trying to use one hand.
Here is his blog.http://minami-kajuen.dreamlog.jp/archives/51339431.html
Hi Keiko,no camera in operating theatre, for me. Thanks for the idea about posting on the experience.:)
Hello Mr F,I have thought about what you say, since you wrote it. I am working on variations on one hand and arm. I'll take care and do as I am told!M xx
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