Dr. Dasia: The patient has made some progress, but admittedly her progress has been slow. She is still not walking on her own devices.
Interviewer: Do you have any idea when the leg will heal enough for her to get rid of the crutches?
Dr. Dasia: That is a mystery at the moment. All we can do is keep the patient comfortable and wait it out.
Interviewer: I heard she has other issues that are adding to her discomfort.
Dr. Dasia: Yes. She still has shingles, which is very uncomfortable. She has also developed a right ear problem, that is limiting her hearing.
Interviewer: How are her spirits?
Dr. Dasia: As you can imagine, she has good days and bad days. She's trying to stay positive. She is staying busy with tutoring, sewing, and card making. There is no lack of tragedy happening these days, so when she's feeling sorry for herself, she thinks of others that are much worse than she is.
Interviewer: Dr. Dasia we appreciate you taking time out to speak with us. Our best to your patient.
I miss you, guys. As you can see, Dasia is still getting new items in my absence. I had a customer request for a doctor's coat. I like the way it turned out. I plan to list a couple of these in my store soon.
Quick update on the house. I received the insurance check and work should begin sometime this week or next. Oddly enough, a tree fell on my next door neighbor's house about a week after my incident. This has been one crazy year!