Jan 24 2016


WTF is FWB…???

Posted at 21:17 under Introduction

Hello fellow ATR’s…..

If someone had said two months ago, “I’m so excited about FWB..!!”, my response would have been, “WTF is FWB…???”   Amazing how FWB has now become so important and such a monumental milestone to me.   As of today, I’m ditching the crutches.   I was able to walk around the apartment without the crutches; mostly pacing during the Broncos game.     I still have a tremendous amount of pain in my heel while walking, but figure, it will subside as time goes by and the ankle and tendon lessen in tension.

Just a few weeks ago, it seemed like this day would never come.  The feeling of becoming independent again and being able to get up to get more coffee (well, to be honest, more vino during the AFC playoff) from the kitchen without it being a ten minute ordeal, is so freeing.  There is still a long way to go and many more milestones to achieve.  But overcoming this hurdle has been epic in the journey, thus far.

Hope everyone is healing well…..

Happy Day…. Happy Day…..

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “WTF is FWB…???”

  1. Mannyon 25 Jan 2016 at 09:02 1

    Yes, Bryan, I also consider it “Freedom Walk Delicious” even if it doesn’t make sense! But I am holding off on the vino, since I do not want to trip over! :-)

    Have fun, but remember that on long walks the problem is getting back home! ;-D

  2. beanieon 26 Jan 2016 at 19:04 2

    Heheh Bryan, I love the title :) Congrats and enjoy the freedom!

  3. metoniaon 31 Jan 2016 at 04:19 3

    Bryanb glad you are doing better. I haven’t had my surgery yet so I’m still in the WTF stage of denial. To do it alone… that would be even scarrier. I have a hubby but caring for the down and out is NOT his strong suit and I’m terrified that even though he will be “physically” there, I’m still going to be on my own. I love him but he can be a very thoughtless SOB sometimes and completely surprise me others.

    I think for the first week he’ll be a good help but he refuses to learn about my problem and I worry he will have unrealistic expectations about what “he” thinks I should be able to do around the house.

    Please continue to post if you can. I understand you want to get going on that “active” life you moved to achieve but if you can, I may need your sense of humor over the next few months.

    Good luck and take care

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