The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
It is a leg just like any other, and unlike any other.
Thanks Stan, that it is!
Hm. A wise friend we have, Jams. A wise friend.
We certainly do Sean
That looks bloody painful! But I love this series of pics.
THanks Knat it was bloody painful... I will never get annoyed with anyone who has to use a Zimmer frame after what I went through
Ah, reflected in the "pretty mirror" I see. I have much worse things I could reveal (though I may then be banned from blogger)
Not quite the pretty mirror Andrew but it is what it is!
That's a big scar, Jams. I'm sort of fascinated by scars. I've often thought I'd like to do a photographic series of them. Nurse Myra has a big one on her thigh.Anyway, I do hope that that knee doesn't still give you trouble.
AH it is Syncy. Surgeons had to open up a fair bit of my upper leg so they could put the quadriceps back together.Did Myra have an operation too?
Luckily it doesn't give me much problem now. the second operation cleared up most of the pain
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