On Wednesday, August 18, I went under the knife to (hopefully) correct a bunionectomy gone bad in 2000. For 10 years, I’ve been coping with a bent right toe, a compromised gait, and hassles finding comfortable shoes. (Of course I took "before" photos of my foot, but I'll spare you).
Just today, I was able to put some weight on the heel after enduring a 2-hour surgery to break and fuse the big toe in a straight position by way of a metal pin through the bones. For the next 6 weeks, I’ll be wearing a surgical boot to immobilize the foot as the bones fuse. So, my photography will necessarily be limited until early October.
In the meantime, as soon as I can make it down to my stained glass studio, I’ll be working on Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”, a 21" x 27" stained glass window for our office. Please see my blog here.