|Owie, my toe!|
Checked the time and realized that I had just enough time to drop off the script at the pharmacy and get lunch before heading to my orthopedic appointment for injection #2. Nothing better for back-to-back doctor visits as a way to spend the day (note sarcasm).
As she was preparing for the injection I told her about my toe, mostly because I wasn't wearing a shoe and didn't want her to bump it. She asked to take a look at it and recommended that I get fitted for a 'post op shoe' to wear while it is healing. So I left her office injected and sporting a post op shoe on one foot and a regular shoe on the other. I'm actually quite pleased about this, there is currently no way for me to wear a shoe comfortably on my left foot; this 'post op' shoe is easy to get on and off, is much more comfortable than a regular shoe, and provides support (vs. wearing no shoe).
|quite the fashion statement|
|fire and ice: heat on knee, ice on toe|
Now would be great time to share your own personal klutz stories so I know this doesn't only happen to me. Please and thank you!