Wishing you all the luck in the world, Bob! I have a feeling you'll be back to carving birds in no time.
I'm not a fan of Zoom meetings but it is the way business is done these days. A set of speakers worked well for me and allowed me to hear which is a growing problem. My wife had her annual doctor's visit using Zoom. That clearly is a waste of time.Timbo, didn't get too far with Zoom for the meeting. I forgot that I needed a camera and speakers, both of whech I have, but not hooked up to my computer. Oh well it's hard to teach an old dog new tricks.
I feel for you.Well I saw the doctor that is going to do the operation. They will be taking all kind of precautions so the infection can't do what it did last time. I will be taking antibiotics for a week at home so there won't be any infection. I am going to take the pills orally so I don't have to be in the rehab hospital. Glad I saw him today, eased my mind a little bit. This Covet 19 is the only thing that bothers me right now. No, I don't have it, but all the tests are a pain in the nose. Good Lord, I thought the lady that was doing the test was trying to scrape my brain instead of my nose. I let out a scream towards the end, that helped.
Glad to hear all went smooth. Try to enjoy your downtime, rest up and get ready to get back at stuff in a few weeks!Had the second stage of the operations done today. Didn't have to stay overnight (yeah).Got a load of antibiotics to take for 10 days, so that should take care of the problems with infections. Also got a pain reliever , don't usually get anything for pain, but this time it really hurt. So now it's just passing the time (two weeks of lifting under 10 pounds at a time, I am going to have to get used to this part). A whole bunch of "don't do's" . With my luck I have to make sure I am doing it right. Just glad to be alive.