I just got my 2012 year in review and it basically tells me that I haven’t blogged since my 2011 year in review. My dude is at least partially responsible for those fireworks on your email thingy, so he got to be amused to see what would happen when a person had exactly one post. January 1. 1 firework blast. And there was much rejoicing.
It seems like most of the people that find me by search terms are looking for information on Tibial Plateau fractures. I had one on January 25, 2009. It’s an easy date to remember because it’s about 12 hours after this happened:
It looked like this a few days after surgery.
About 2 years later I had the 6 screws and the plate taken out. It looked like this (I particularly like the “yes” which means “Yes. Please cut open this leg. Again.)
For the TPF curious: It was very painful after repair and didn’t feel like my own leg again for the two years between the addition and subtraction of metal bits. When the metal bits came out it stopped feeling like there was a car bumper in there and I mostly don’t notice it any more. It hurts if the weather changes or if I try to kneel on it, or hit it with the car door. Otherwise, aces.
In other news, I have two awesome kids.
My dog is Bean, because she has pintos over her eyes.
I have a very nice husband too. This is part of his face.
Happy new year. This is my favorite shoe.