This was me at reunion:
"Not exactly, you know the mandoline slicer?"
"Yes, the whole tip."
"No, it was too small."
"I had surgery yesterday/Friday."
Every once in a while I had a really interesting conversation with someone and that made it all worthwhile. Plus, each visit is always like an Amway meeting--I come away more invigorated and more in love with my school.
When I came home Sunday afternoon, I took a nap. Then read. Then slept...perhaps I overdid it on Saturday. Then we took my MIL to the airport. I'll miss her. It was so helpful to the dude to have her around. (And I got to impress her with the American medical system. Sure it's expensive, but sometimes you get what you pay for.)
I saw the doctor and they checked on infection in the area where they took the graft. None. Then they rewrapped my hand. If it is at all possible, I am wearing an even bigger bandage on my middle finger now. They'll take off all the bandages for a look on Thursday, but I think I am going to be bandaged for 7-10 days.
I'll be posting some pics from old projects over the next few days so I don't lose the few readers I have left.