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Once we established all that I let the questions fly.
-Do you have a better time frame?
-When can I drive? Will I have to wait till it is healed or in a different cast?
You should be able to drive with the new cast
Uhm? I cant bend my ankle but I can drive with my new cast? I guess I'll give that a try. Sound dangerous to me. But if I can then I can resume my babysitting job in the mornings and drive to school and to let Pippi in and out.
- When can I start riding horses again? After it is healed I am guessing?
In the next cast you should be able to.
WHAT!?! He says that even if I fall off it wont hurt my leg. Donny flipped out on me. I cant even get a boot on let alone put my ankle down or wrap my legs around her barrel. It doesnt look like it will happen. But Dr. T who is the specialist says I can. I just wanted to make sure he would allow riding after everything is healed. Oh and for everyone who was flipping because I was lunging horse, Dr. T said go for it. The more I am on my leg the better.
So there. The fact that callus isnt forming or whatever is a little concerning tho he didnt seem to be bothered by it. Id like a better time frame oh so bad. I want to know if I will be showing at all this year or if it is a loss cause. The driving will be awesome, but I dont see how this will work out to well. Next Thursday when I get my cast I will post a picture of it, more then likely it will be green so that when you see a brown hair girl in a wheelchair with green cast at Equine make sure you stop and say Hi(: