Saturday, September 6, 2008

Good News

As it turns out, I may not have broken my arm. Second round of x-rays today and they're not finding a break. I need to continue wearing the splint, and get an MRI Monday. There's lots of fluid build up.. BUT the pain has receded substantially and I'm able to type tonight. Yipee! Who'd have thought with all that pain, there'd be no break! I'm not complaining though!
I'll be making my rounds and catching up my favorite blogs in the morning.
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog today.

7 comments:

Rudee said...

Oh, I'm so sorry. Nothing hurts more than a wounded limb. It's amazing how much we take them for granted-be it a leg or arm. My best friend fell off her porch a while back, hit her head and broke her arm. She was a mess but is now on the mend. She is still going to physical therapy. Hope you're feeling better soon.

Jose said...

Betty, that is great that it may not be broken, although fractures hurt just as much if not more or so I hear. However since you could even post a few comments including in my posts I want to assume you are indeed feeling better and that is great.

What a lovely picture you posted, I was showing it to my daughter and she liked it too.

My daughter has such a good eye for pictures, I think you have been to her blog before but she posted like a bunch of pictures from our California trip last week, feel free to go and check them out.

http://coachaholic.blogspot.com/

Jim said...

Great news that the pain is going down and it may not be broken. I still think you should practice typing with your toes just in case.

Brenda said...

Ha Ha......Jim may have a point Betty..use your toes or voice activation typing. So glad you are better!!!

ChrisJ said...

Oh Betty, sounds like something I would do! So glad the pain is easing.

mig bardsley said...

I'm so glad you haven't broken it. Hope it continues to improve.
I love the photo - so beautifully relaxed and peaceful.

* TONYA * said...

oh my goodness, you poor thing. I'm so glad it's not broken. How did the MRI go yesterday?