What’s Up in the Neighborhood, January 25 2020

Progress report.  I’ve been able to flex my broken ankle and I’ve done some non-weight-bearing exercises with it.  Mostly trying to spell the alphabet with my extended toe, by rotating my foot and ankle to spell the letters. Good thing I’m not trying to use my foot to spell out today’s blog, eh? Besides, let’s…

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What’s Up in the Neighborhood, January 18 2020

First up, an update on my broken ankle.  I’m still in a splint, and hopefully Tuesday I’ll find out from the orthopedist if I can move from a splint to at least a hard cast – which in that would mean progress. But that’s Tuesday and this is Saturday. And since it’s Saturday, it’s time…

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What’s Up in the Neighborhood, January 11 2020

It’s early in the morning and I can’t sleep. This can happen when one breaks their ankle. I’m still bedridden, but I’m not giving up yet.  No, I’m not planning on sneaking out for some wild times … But broken ankle or no broken ankle, I’m going to make sure that I can take care…

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What’s Up in the Neighborhood, January 4, 2020

Yeah, I did it.  By accident.  In typing today’s headline for the blog post, I accidentally posted the headline as 2019.  Whoops on me. But … it’s Saturday, no matter what year it is, and that means it’s time to recap the blogs that were written by those on my personal blogroll.  So I hope…

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What’s Up in the Neighborhood, December 28 2019

The last “Neighborhood” blog post of 2019.  Heck, it’s the last one of the decade.  So next week’s “Neighborhood” post will be the first of 2020 … and it’ll be the first of the new Roaring 20’s.  So, with 2020, 24 hours and so to go, I wanna be … I dunno, satiated? Okay, end…

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What’s Up in the Neighborhood, November 23 2019

A good and hearty morning to all of you, my good and hearty blog readers.  There’s some amazing articles and photos and blog posts on my blogroll this week, so rather than have me just talk about it … let’s look at them together, shall we? You know the drill – on Saturdays, I step…

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