Oh, now that's very festive, that green is definitely looking for a party!Bet the lighter cast is far more comfy than the other, hope you're able to sleep properly :)
Yes, I am sleeping quite well. Thumb might need checking out. It is great to get through the day without sore neck and back from weight of cast. I am already planning what I will do the day I am cast-free!
to be sure to be sure! lloks good Kiwi!
lloks??? oops I mean lOOks
lol. Turbos lost today so looking or licking good- neither was enough!
Can you get your nails done French for the next plaster colour?
Hopefully this is the last plaster colour.....!!!!
Now we can really see the difference in size with one picture next to the other! Multi-coloured nails would go great with your "polyprop" (I am assuming that is your sleeved sweater).
A polyprop is a kind of thermal usually worn under clothing. I don't think it was cold enough the days you saw me for you to see me with my polyprop leggings on under my shorts. It is pretty much a 'Kiwi' thing when out 'tramping' in the 'bush'.
Sounds like what we call longjohns.
Yesssss, those are them!
Sorry to hear about your accident - being hit by a car even at low speed must be very scary. And painful...I'm so envious, though, cause you got a pretty coloured one. =P You look like you have the all-around cast, though. Mine is only on the top of my arm, with bandages around. Do you also have a work-out routine to follow, so you'll move your fingers and non-broken joints?Hilda (atlanticheart from the camino forum)
The accident was pretty scary- and I am lucky that the only injury I got was a broken arm. It is an all round cast, but the colour is fun! I have a few finger exercises to do, though those are limited as my whole palm is covered by the cast. Once the cast is removed though- hopefully next Friday- then I will be going to see a physiotherapist who will help me get strength/flexibility back into my arm and hand. I am not sure how long that is going to take, but I am really looking forward to regaining life with two hands!