Saturday, April 3, 2010

Poor House in Westminster

I took this picture for Mom, as it reminded me of the poorhouse she lived in as a child. Not that they were indigent, but the county no longer used the poorhouse for the indigent. It looks like poorhouses were common in the early days. I had a picnic lunch in Westminster (MD not CO), overlooking the cemetery and the old Almshouse (in the background). I didn't have time to go home between doctor appointments. Thankfully, it was a nice day. I passed my mammogram, and the ortho gave me a cortisone shot and told me I had inflamation of the tendons surrounding the rotator cuff. It's like tennis elbow of the shoulder! I get to start with a physical therapist on Monday, and in 6-8 weeks it will be like brand new! (I'll keep my fingers crossed).

1 comment:

  1. Good luck with the shoulder. Isn't there a lovely poem about Potter's Field?