I didn't take a lot of photos this week, nor are any really works of art. I had a bit of a weird week. I actually went to a barbecue at work on Wednesday. It was fun seeing everyone, but not being able to elevate my leg, getting up and down from low chairs without arms ... it took a toll on my knee. Sure enough, all swollen the next day.
It was still a bit swollen when I went to physical therapy on Friday.I had called my surgeon's office for a refill of pain medication, but he wasn't in. As it turned out, they apparently never gave him the message and I still don't have my medication. I'm eating ibuprofen like candy because I ended up pulling my not yet healed quad muscle. Sigh. It's a setback in the healing process for sure. I ended up really needing to use my crutch over the weekend. Tomorrow I have to call once again.
On a brighter note, I had another Peapod grocery delivery this week. Lots of fruit! I made blueberry muffins and all. Mmmm. I have no clue why I didn't use Peapod the first knee recovery. The only thing a bit awry with my order is that I ordered a head of cabbage to make a casserole I enjoy. Normally I just get a small head. They sent me a giant cabbage the size of a beachball! Okay, I exaggerate a bit. But it's way bigger than a bowling ball. I had to put it on the shelf because it didn't fit in my fruit/vegetable drawer in the refrigerator. I'll be eating a lot of cabbage this upcoming week!
Onto the photos -- clicking on an image will open it larger in a new window.
Now, that sounds fun! Alas, it's a BB13 evening. If I'm not mistaken, Westfield might be having its Tuesday evening jazz through town. I'll have to head in some early evening.
I hit the "automatic levels" on my photo editor and it turned the greenery mostly blue. I like that, so I kept it. The color of the flower itself didn't change.
This is in the little park where I while the time awaiting my PT appointments. Only one day have I seen anyone working on it. On Friday I saw two men there. I think it's going to be some time before it's finished.
Yep, I was actually at the station this week. A work friend picked me up for the barbecue, but I asked another friend to give me a ride to the station there. Once I got to Plainfield, I ended up taking a cab home.
I sat in the handicapped/bikes section all by myself. Although the seats are padded, they're not as comfortable as the regular seats in the train cars. But I didn't have to do stairs!
North Avenue, Plainfield
Y'know, I do buy him cat toys!
How was your week?