In or Out or Argue?
My friends served the first point, which the opponent lobbed. Both of my guys saw it out and called it as such. But the lobber “insisted” (very loudly) that his ball was in. His partner finally calmed him down and my friends served the second point to the ad court.
“Now we’re even!”
The serve was well inside the service box; but the first-point lobber called “OUT! Now, we are even.” My friends said if winning the match is that important to you, you can have it. and they walked off the court.
The hip replacement surgery was yesterday at 1 p.m.; and the picture is of me walking the halls just two hours after!
I did the walking routine around the corridors last night and this morning … and I was discharged at noon today.
Dr. Zehr said the surgery went fine; and, without any prescription pain killers, I am feeling a little soreness … but no real pain. I hope/plan to be hitting balls on the wall in four weeks; and then we shall see from there
Thanks to YOU
Thanks to all who urged getting it done sooner than later, those who introduced the anterior/front approach, and too all of those who put up with the “tennis game” I have been playing on the courts for the last six+ weeks.
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