Since last Monday I've been
working from home (ah, gotta love telecommuting) to help Bunny recover from
stabalizing her partial
talotarsal dislocation in her left foot—effectively, her podiatrist
shoved a metal pin into the side of her foot to keep her arches from
Even though it's an outpatient procedure, she has very limited mobility
(enough to avoid the dreaded bedpan) and she has to wear this freakishly
large boot to keep her ankle mostly immobile. And I've been working from
home to help tend to Bunny, as well as chauffeur her to the podiatrist for
her checkup visits.
So far, her foot is healing fine, but she won't be really mobile until
late this week or early next week.
Obligatory Biased Shilling
Pen, behaving badly.
In his first collection of short stories,
Sean Hoade takes readers where they might not want to go … but
which they'll love once they get there.
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