Successful Surgery

I’m in the middle of processing my experience.

I heard the doctor say, “Make sure you keep it elevated, rested, don’t ice for more than ten minutes at a time, and can you change your compression bandage?”

I listen but I also need to think.

Listen and learn. Think and learn is called research.

Only the facts, logic and best practices: do no harm.

Check out your basic first aid.

I had an opportunity to learn something for myself.

Don’t put it off.

I put off and things got worse.

I put it off because of my circumstances.

Once I got started on my arm, I discovered how to see, “… all the kings men and all the kings horses couldn’t but Humpty together again.”

It also takes a lot of work on my part.

To prevent surgery (and many other problems) means I need to go back to work for me.

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