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    Hope you recover soon ! Good thing you don't need your ankle to participate on the board.

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    Keep that ankle elevated :) Glad your puter is back on track. Hope you're feeling much better real soon.

    Patricia

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    Hugs! I miss you, so get well soon!

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    I hope you recover quickly and get back to "living" again!!!

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    Take care Franie. The reason that you can't be up too long is because that ankle needs to be elevated above your heart. I think that if your DH rigged up a board with a rope and a pulley on one end then strapped your leg to it then rigged up a pole on the back of your wheelchair that had an extension going out over your head a ways and some pulleys on it you could tie your leg up high enough to sit on your computer or at your sewing machine. LLLLLL OH LOL
    Get a good mental image of that implanted in your mind!!! LOL Remember, laughter is good for you. I could maybe draw up some plans if you want.

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    Super Member luv-e's Avatar
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    Take care of yourself, first. We NEVER go away. lol lol

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    RaptureReady's reply was good. I would also suggest when the doctor rigs it up he puts a motor on it so it would do it automatically. Say, maybe we could all use that for a good exercise session. Let's see - both legs, both arms and now we will have to think of how to do the middle. I really do hope the pain gets better and you recover soon.

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    Do what the doctors tell you! You ankle can be a nuisance
    after it heals.

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    It's hard to keep a quilter down too long!. Been doing any hand sewing? I miss seeing your post and your beautiful quilts! Hope you are able to get around soon! :thumbup: :D

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    Glad to hear from you. Take time to heal and don't push, I know it's hard,but you;ll be glad in the end, no relapses.

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