Keith is looking for names for his back brace and walker. He’s usually pretty clever with coming up with ideas, but I think the drugs are affecting his brain. Right now he calls his back brace his corset.
He thinks he is never going to poop again. In case you weren’t aware, a side effect of pain medication is constipation.
I left Keith alone for about an hour and he dropped the remote. Thank goodness for the DirecTV app on his phone that allowed him to change the channel.
I changed his bandage on his back tonight. It was the first time either one of us saw the stitches. Care to know how many? Click here to count.
Despite being off of his baby Aspirin and supplements for 2 weeks before surgery the surgery team noticed how thin his blood was when they cut him open.
According to Keith’s FitBit this is how many steps he’s taken since surgery.
Keith wanted the kids out of the house this afternoon because he was afraid they were going to bump into him. So we went on a bike ride.
Keith wrote a note for the kids and put it in their lunchbox on Friday (day of the surgery). DaughterGeeding found hers today.
He received the Flu shot and Pneumonia shot the day he was discharged.
I should have noted that Keith makes his Rice Krispie Treats with peanut butter and they are delicious!
I love Big Red (the drink), but only drink it about 3 times a year from various restaurants.
Eating cereal out of a cup is much more efficient than a bowl. When you are finished eating the cereal, you have the cup to drink the remaining milk.
Keith thinks the Olympics will only be broadcast on Amazon or Netflix.