I had a visit to a foot doctor yesterday, apparently I was born deformed with too-short calf muscles and bowed back knees which cause my feet to turn inward and walk funny.
But I was trying to remember when my son broke my foot and the only place I could find a date was here. Sept 2007.
He gave me cortisone shots in both feet and it hurt so bad, i thought I was going to pass out.
They talked of calf lengthening surgery, but NOPE. They better just be able to find an insert that fits.
UPDATE on the scam… Son didn’t get any of money back from the bank because, on the phone to a bank rep, he told them he was the one physically withdrawing the money from his account.
Needless to say my hubby, the skinflint, was pissed. He talked to bank people on the phone, sent emails to all the higher-ups he could get email addresses for and all of them said they would investigate but all came to the conclusion that while they were super duper sorry, they weren’t legally obligated to protect the money [it was sons bank credit card].
Well, hubby did what he thought was right and yanked all his money from the bank. The bank he had been with for over 30 years.
funny thing, soon after the moneys transfer, son gets an email telling him how sorry the bank was for what happened to him and altho they can’t reimburse all the money, here is a token of our gratitude for banking us. $1000!
They gave him 1/4 of the moneys toward his CC. WOW!
Hubby also gave son some moneys to cover the loss.
Now son has finished his move to Cali and my mothers heart is cracked a bit. I’m sad to see him go but happy he is growing and learning and thriving. There was time in our lives, I didn’t think that would be the case. Resiliency is a good trait.
I’m back to knitting and crafting, will try to remember to share some pictures on here. Happy Weekend!