so… I broke my leg

A lot of you know this by now because of social media, but I broke my leg during my climbing trip in Joshua Tree. I’ll spare you the gory details, but I had surgery and now I’m laid up in a hospital bed with lots of ice packs, tubes, and a sweet air cast. Not sure when I’ll get to go home, but I wanted to leave you guys a note so you didn’t think I’d disappeared!

I hope to be back to our normal post schedule as soon as possible.

xo
Joanna

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6 Comments

  1. 5.12.17
    Shelly Lewis Quinlan said:

    Hey Joanna, this is your nurse Shelly! If you’re still in our little hospital, I’ll see you tomorrow. If you’re home or on your way home, I wish you the best of everything and a healthy recovery. You two are awesome and you’re just the type of patient that nurses adore and give us a sense of gratitude for what we do…Peace!

    • 5.13.17
      joanna said:

      I’m so glad you found me! I checked out yesterday and I’ll be home in Seattle soon. I cannot thank you enough for the excellent care you provided!

  2. 5.11.17

    Hoping for a speedy recovery for you!

  3. 5.10.17

    oh no!!! wishing you a speedy recovery!