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June 3, 2005

Legwatch: Week 3

No super updates this week on Legwatch.

I'm basically in no pain anymore. My leg is still stiff, and I can only bend it so far until discomfort. I can't sit "indian style" for example, without it hurting from the stiffness.

I can walk on my leg, but I only do that for short shuffles. If I am going to take more than 3 steps I grab my crutches.

This Wednesday, June 8 is my second doctor's appointment. I'm guessing its going to be a quick, "How are you feeling visit", and he will check how my scars have healed.

My arms and wrists are sore from using the crutches. They hurt more than my leg at times. I miss going to the gym.

I'm going a bit stir crazy in my apartment. Last Sunday night I treated myself to dinner at Court Street. I had a shrimp appetizer, filet mignon & lobster dinner, 2 glasses of $13 red wine (One St. Francis Reserve Merlot and I tried another Pinot Nior), Cheesecake with Strawberry sauce, cappuchino and a 20 year old tawny Port wine (I think the port turned, but didn't have the heart to complain to the bartender). It was delicious. I still think Court Street is one of the most underappreciated restaurants in town. David, the Sunday bartender, is very nice and accomodating - the cappuchino was on the house.

Afterwards I went to Dipper's and had a drink to meet up with a friend and her new beau. They seem very happy together. I can tell that my friend really likes him since my average emails from her went from about 50 a day to about 10. Heh. Poor basta...I mean congratulations, buddy!

Two cool deliveries arrived yesterday: Season 1 & 2 of Chappelle's Show and 1 Gig of RAM for my PC. I think I was more excited about the RAM. Why? Because now my PC will run more applications faster and I will have a slight edge versus other players in World of Warcraft.

Some people make themselves feel better buy buying nice clothes, cars, golf clubs, shoes, expensive restaurants - me? I like more electronics to keep me happy.

I called my grandmother today for her birthday. She is 92 years young and doing great.

Posted by Furey at June 3, 2005 11:58 AM

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