It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.

It was The Loop Journey. It was the Loop calamity.

The following is the blog I was about to publish just before my wrist exploded.

“It is a pleasure to wake in the morning on Dream Seeker, after I have sent a post, and read all your comments. I share your thoughts with Denny and we relish its contents.  Although some of the journey has been challenging, it is new, different and fun. I am really enjoying the adventure. For me, the Blog is a delightful connection to my family, friends and home!  The Loop has been, so far, a wonderful journey”.

The calamity is the need to temporarily leave the journey.

A broad smile appeared on the doctor’s face as I told him that I heard he was the guru of hand surgeons in this area.  I am depending on his wisdom and skill to return my wrist to its former glory, so a little suck up can’t hurt.

Thursday, May 30, with the assistance of modern science, my wrist bones will be reconnected.  A few days in a large cast, then a small cast, then physical therapy and Voila, a renewed wrist. Hope it proves to be as easy as it sounds.

We are happy to be home in Palm City for this leg of the journey.

 

 

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.

  1. we are so sorry for your mishap and wish you a speedy and full recovery, and hope you will be able to resume your wonderful trip. Dick and Chris Bricker

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  2. Im so sorry to hear about your wrist! Ouch! Im glad to see that you’re recovering at home. Don’t let this accident derail your adventure. We hope to see you both back on your cruise soon.

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  3. So sorry about your wrist.. is it Dr Desmond your going to? I’m going through shingles right now from the epidural that didn’t work.. but I bet ya a dime to a dollar your pain is worse than mine! Feel better and relax.. when are you seeing the Dr next? (I’m so sick of Drs!) 😘

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