I’m going to continue with Special Pictures for the next few weeks because I’m having my knees replaced in July.After Rehab, I can probably get back to blogging but I just don’t have the time or the energy to do it now. I hope you continue to enjoy the pictures.
This is a picture of Mary Ellum Wilson , probably taken about 1915 or 1916, at about the time she begins her autobiography in England.
Such a precious picture.
Lillian – I agree. Family pictures of this age and quality are few and far between. Mary’s family is lucky to have these few pictures that are about 100 years old.
My daughter works on the joint replacement floor at our local hospital…she says to be a good patient, not too ornery, but most of all, do ALL of the rehab stuff exactly as they tell you! Then, you can be up and about again in no time. People who are lazy or overly cautious with their rehab are always the ones she sees as re-admits. Take care, and be diligent! <3 Kassie aka Mom
Kassie – Thank you so much for that advice from your daughter. I’ve already decided to do all the rehab, exactly as I’m told, and not one bit more, because I’ve been told over-doing it is just as bad as not doing enough !!!
From over my shoulder she gives a thumbs up and a nod of approval! Keep us posted on your recovery!
Mom – Thanks for the encouragement.
You have kept up the most wonderful pictures of your family’s past – I hope you are coming along with your surgery and rehab as well.
Thank you, GP, everything is just plugging along…