Yeah, it was the fibula (the little bone) not the tibia (the big bone -- I think I got that right) so she might be able to have a walking cast on it in like a week or two --- we just don't know. Who knows, she might have to have surgery.
Yeah, I bought a little trailer for $250 (a 6' x 9' utility trailer for $250!!!) and picked up some sod for the front yard at the local landscaping place. I laid out the sod and we were going to go back and pick up some more and she stepped off the curb wrong getting into the vehicle and that was it. She heard a snap and fell back and was in a lot of pain. :-(
Turns out that she broke her leg in a multiple break situation. No torn ligaments. But it will take 6-8 weeks to heal and she has to put no weight on it at all for 4 weeks. They're not going to cast it, she will just have a fiberglass splint (like I had on my arm) for 1 week and then she will get a brace that she will wear for another 5-7 weeks.
I was at the Portland International Auto show today and was at the Chevy booth (Obviously) and was eyeing the new trucks. Somebody came up to me and i signed up for truck legends. Are any of you signed up, and if so, is it cool? Also, my main question was, after signing up, how long do they take...
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