Green Light

Entry 508 for Friday September 3, 2021

The core questions:

Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions.

  1. What did you do today? Morning sessions with my two groups of #TC1028; drove to see Dr. Ávila to check on my leg; stopped by the hospital to fix documentation about my x-rays; drove Andy to a friend’s house; meeting with Vero and Vero about “Academic Buddy” program; meeting with Éder about an upcoming talk for his project; physiotherapy with Valeria; dropped off Aure, Alex, Santiago, and Korina at Alex’s grad party; picked up Andy; evening #educoffee (wine) chat with Miguel; took a nap; picked up everyone from the party and sleep.
  2. What did you enjoy? A “green light” from the doctor for progress and to keep working on strength. I should avoid running and other jarring movements but all is good with my leg. I don´t  see him again until the new year and it sounds like we will not need to remove the plate and screws from my leg.
  3. What did you find difficult? Traffic is Guadalajara is horrible and I don’t miss being stuck in it. I also dealt with the mess of people not being able to process forms with my names for the second day in a row.
  4. What has changed? Green light from the doctor. One more week of physiotherapy and I should be pretty much back to normal with my leg.

Featured Image Credit

Series of three shots, identical black and white steet scene focused on a pair of street signs "Two Way Traffic Ahead" and "Wait for Green Light". The first image has a colorized red of the traffic light, the second image with colorized yellow signal, and the third image with colorized green signal.
“Wait for green light” flickr photo by gyzpunk shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-ND) license

Today’s Reading/Listening

Good progress on “Data and Goliath” and podcasts are caught up.

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