I feel better than I have felt in years.
We are enjoying our walks along the boardwalk and I love seeing the boats in the water after a long winter.
It's wonderful to be able to walk completely without pain. I am anxious to start physical therapy at the Anna Jaques Hospital. Maybe in the next week or so I will get the OK. My wound is almost healed and that's what we're waiting for.
Everyone said it couldn't be done!! So to all you "nay sayers" - it can only be done by Nan.
I was determined to get rid of our two old rust bucket cars so I put ads on Craigslist and on Ebay.
We met up with two Nigerian brothers from Boston in the parking lot of CVS and exchanged cash and title for the Izuzu. I told my son Chris, I wouldn't know a fake 100 dollar bill if it bit me in the ass.
I was more than a little nervous about it but we got the cash and went immediately to the bank and deposited it.
Then we were left to figure out how to get rid of a 22 year old car. The Olds was in great shape and will probably go another 50,000 miles, but that's a chance I wasn't willing to take.
We found a wonderful store in Salisbury, MA called Fraser Automotive. What wonderful people. They agreed to take the Olds in trade and gave us a great price on a brand new car.
However, the brand new car is actually 14 years old. It's a 1996 Buick with 25,000 miles on it. It was always in a garage and looks like it was just driven out of the showroom. This car is gorgeous and should "do us out".