The Doctors Said I Could Walk Again

On June 5, 2024, I walked into to the big mid-town Calgary Co-Op grocery store. Or tried to. A homeless man having a psychotic event turned and threw me down on the hard hard cement. He broke my hip and my elbow on my right side that was previously already affected, weakened, by a stroke in 2017.

On June 6, 2024, Dr. LeMothe put a titanium pin in my hip making it stronger than than before.

On June 26, 2024, I visited Dr. LeMoth and he pronounced me able to walk with several weeks of daily physio.

I live in a CareWest recovery ward 24/7 in a wheelchair, currently transfering to the commode for my squalid needs.

I have an emotional support artist named Greg Nemeth who amuses me endlessly with anecdotes of bizarre goings on. He is also a patient and as we speak he is listening to and singing along with Linda Rondstat in the original Spanish.

My recovery is incremental but moving along as expected.