Thursday, July 26, 2007

7 DAYS AND COUNTING

Yes that is right. At least I think that is how it is going to be. I have 7 days left in this red cast, and next Thursday I return to the Doctor's office to get this thing cut off. Then I will go to a walking cast. Gosh, I won't know how to act.

I sure hope that the Doc does not disappoint me and make me keep this thing on for another week. They will have to wipe up tears if that's the outcome...

P.S. I will post a picture of the best birthday present ever as soon as the project is finished. It will take DH a little time, but it will be well worth it. I have been asking for a real true FLAG POLE (25 feet) for some time now, and guess what...He came through for me. It's huge and I have changed my mind now three times where I want it to be. He is not going to keep digging holes and putting the dirt back in too many more times. I have to make up my mind and soon.

4 comments:

Butterfly Wife said...

A real flag pole is so exciting! I cannot wait to see the pictures. :)

nationalguardwife said...

I can't wait to see the pictures. To have a real flag pole is my dream. One day when we own our own land and home it will be the first to go up. I wish you much luck on the walking cast next week. Good luck there.

Anonymous said...

Oh how wonderful. I hope you had a fantastic birthday!!!!

Tammi

Andrea Shea King said...

Hi Stacy!

I wasn't doing a radio show tonight so I had time to cruise around and visit some friends. So sorry to hear of your cast situation -- sounds like the worst is behind you though.

Talking about flags --- today Glenn Beck was talking about a flag he's having made for his flagpole. It's really an "in-your-face" falg intended for those illegals who are overtaking our country and everyone else who thinks they can otherwise reduce us to dhimmitude. Here's the link to see it and order one for yourself if you're so inclined.
http://www.glennbeck.com/news/07262007b.shtml

Your Milblog Conference gal pal,
Andrea
The Radio Patriot



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