I'll bet she laughed when that happened!:wave:Seriously, getting the joint moving as soon as the surgeon recommends is an absolute MUST. It's painful, it has to be done gently but it IS essential as many a young person has been hampered for life because they failed to take the pain of exercise in the first few weeks after an accident........... double fracture to the ankle, surgery to pin it all back, now back home and not able to do much. .............
I like that one
You hang in there, mate and support your missus. The better you can do it now and over the next few months, the better your ongoing relationship with all your family will end up.So the wife slipped on some ice last week whilst taking the kids to school, double fracture to the ankle, surgery to pin it all back, now back home and not able to do much. Me - very stressed trying to fit in looking after a 4 & 6 year old, doing school runs, washing, cooking, shopping, housework, and somehow trying to hold down a full time job. Been having a little drink most evenings once I've finally done everything. I did at least manage to keg my latest brew last night.
Last night couple of G&Ts (there was a bottle of tonic open) whilst doing the dinner, and a couple of glasses of WGJ and Apple WOW to wash dinner down.
I don't do lagers aj but I think I could make an exception for one of those.I had a Samiclaus tonight. Not for the faint hearted, it's a 14% doppelbock which I have heard described as the strongest lager in the world. It's got an interesting story, it used to be made in Switzerland I think but now at the Eggenberg brewery in Austria. It's brewed on 6 December (St Nicholas day) each year and aged for ten months before bottling. The one I drank tonight was bottled in 2016 so brewed in 2015. Very strong fruity aroma and almost a wine like mouthfeel. Don't drink more than one!