My New Ride


Yay, it's the weekend! I hope y'all have some fun plans. I guess I will watch Mr. Savvy do my job of cutting the grass. I really like to cut the grass and work in the yard and in a few weeks I'll be back at it. Maybe I'll take my new ride out and pop some wheelies on the driveway. Or maybe not!

This has really helped me to get around without having to limp so much which throws the rest of the body out of whack.

It even has brakes. I didn't think I would ever have to use them, but when we visited my mom and took her outside I had to use them on some little hills they have. I would coast and then use the brakes. I probably look like a nut case riding it, but who cares? I have to have fun some how.

BTW my mom is back to being herself and the depressions seems to be gone. Thanks again for all y'all's prayers. It's so good to see my mom back. I don't know who that other woman was.

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  1. Glad to hear about your Mom. Have fun on your new ride ;-)

  2. Glad to hear the good news about your mom. Depression has a bad effect on all family members. I like your new ride. I know how limping can throw the whole body out of whack. I know it's hard for an energetic person like you to have to take it easy. But sometimes I think God works that out for our good to let us stop and enjoy things we just breeze through. �� For you and your mom.

  3. Hurray for your mom!
    A friend had one of these scooters when she broke her ankle. Wish I had had one after bunion surgery.

  4. Great news about your Mom. Enjoy your new ride!

  5. Your grandchildren will enjoy that when you are finished with it. My doctor had one for a while. Really looked funny to see that white coat flying up and down the halls.

  6. Good to hear your Mom is feeling better. As a former nurse on an orthopedic unit of a hospital I can tell you it is quite common for seniors to feel that way! Think about it yourself! I am now 61 and we all know- you most recently with your foot!0 how quickly "life" can change and often we are not ready for the abruptness of it all. Rehab, while a necessary part of getting back to healthy, can be an eye opener and scary place- it seems like a "nursing home" and let's face it, no one looks forward to that. Glad to hear she is coming around! Sometimes meds for depression are the answer and if that's what's needed, so be it. You'll have your old Mom back and she'll feel better about working harder to get out of there faster! It's a good thing! Bless her for getting a second chance to get back to happy!

  7. Brilliant idea, thank goodness you have, or rather I am assuming you have a ground floor all on one level, here it would be quite impossible as every single room has steps to it, I can see I would go head over heels and end up with a broken neck probably!! Great news about your Mum. Have a lovely Sunday xx

  8. That's a pretty fancy vehicle...hope it is making life easier for you! Glad your mom is doing better!

  9. I have a friend who had one of those and it was wonderful! Glad you are getting around. So glad to hear your Mom is doing better!!! Good news all around!