Justin reports that his first day back at school in Big Bear was great. He hung out with lots of friends and likes his classes (mostly). He's talking about going to college. I think he envies his brothers freedom. We'll see... that's a long way off.
My hip injection went well. Beginning to feel better already. Getting a shot in the hip joint is a lot more involved than the knee. I had to go to a surgi-center and get a hip block. Then they had to guide to needle into the joint space using radiography. I was amazed that he went through my buttock and hit the spot perfectly, the first try. wow!
I'm hoping to get at least 6 months respite with this shot. It will get me into next year and I won't have to be trying to rehab a new hip on two wobbly knees.
We leave tomorrow for a trip to visit our son's family in Michigan. Our youngest two grand children are there, Ally and Adam, along with there older sister Andy, We probably won't see Kevin, the oldest boy. He just graduated from Michigan U and is working in Ann Arbor until his girl friend graduates.