Monday, September 20, 2010

Poor Toes

I had  
I know . . . . Right?

I have been dealing with in-grown nails on both sides of my big toes for quite a while.  I finally got up the courage and went to a Podiatrist my good friend recommended.  It will be two weeks this Thursday since I had the little surgery and today I can honestly say I'm glad I did it! I couldn't  say that until today so I am relieved and excited.  

 "Nervous Nana"

The day after my procedure was "Grandparents Day" at Ella's school.  That was a little scary with all those cute, busy little kids in the halls and the gobs of grandparents trying to make their way to the cafeteria.  Actually, it was so crowded we ate in the Science Room.

Afterward, I really need to get off my feet so I stopped by Marci's for a little visit. Kayley was in Katy for a doctor's appointment so we had some "girl" time. Marci had rented the movie Valentine's Day.  I got to sit in the big leather chair and ottoman with my feet elevated on pillows.  We couldn't stop laughing at Preston.  He just kept staring at my big bandaged toes with the funniest look on his face. If only we knew what thoughts were churning in that cute little head.

  Thanks for a fun afternoon Marci and Kayley!


Diane said...

Your little painted toes look so cute. Ingrown nails are no fun, glad you will be better soon :)

Marci said...

Preston and Addie were both so confused about why you had HUGE toes with bandages on them :-). I'm glad you finally got your problem solved though...I can't believe you lived with it that long!

Dottie said...

ouch! glad you're feeling better :)

Cheryl Joy said...

AW, wish I was there. Sorry about your piggies. :)

Sally said...

Sorry to hear about your poor toes! Take it easy and you'll be good as new before you know it.