Out of the hospital and scooting away

I'm sure we all are aware of the fact that Blogger was down from Monday through to Thursday. And trying to get help via Google is practically a hopeless cause, as I've personally encountered a reply from a so-called "Google Top Contributor" who's probably trying to ensure that his/her post count is higher than the other "Top Contributors" around. I'm not the only person who had posted for help, since I actually look-see around before posting my issue. And through all the previous post about Blogger not working, it's rather obvious that browser or layout isn't the cause, it's actually Blogger all along. And obviously, the "Top Contributor" who replied to my post is too much of a lazy bum to look around and see what's going on before making a reply.

But enough of that miserable moment of encountering a failed "Top Contributor". Here's an update on my father's latest condition now.

Previously, he was back in the hospital a 3rd time. My father went for his usual routine check-up to ensure his injuries were healing fine, but the doctor thought that his wound was infected and the smallest a.k.a littlest toe on this right foot had to be amputated off. Although looking at his right foot now, I'm rather confident to say that nothing was amputated at all. It looks intact, to say the least.

The doctor who was in-charge of the amputee-surgery (I don't know what else to call the surgeon) decided to wait and see if it would get any better instead of just pushing him in and amputating the toe right away. Glad he made that wait-and-see decision as all toes are definitely intact. And my father's been discharged for a few days already.

And a few days before my father was officially discharged, he was hunting around for this "motorized" wheel-chair already. Although it's supposedly a "motorized" wheel-chair, it doesn't travel very fast at all. And what's worse, there's another metal bar underneath it, so pushing this thing up a ramp is a challenge.

But the good part is, we all need not sweat buckets to wheel him around. Bad part? My father definitely can find his way out of the house to buy cigarettes on his own.. (-__-)"


Riih Rion is bashful when facing cameras and video-cams. But she soon realized she is more comfortable behind a PC screen than in front of a lens. Riih is passionate about beauty products, paranormal & folk lore from anywhere in the world and sushi. Especially sushi. Come visit her blogs or drop her a comment :D

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