Dear Mrs Mac
I feel for you, having broken my right arm in 2005, and knowing how much of a handicap this is, you have my prayers and sympathy. I was lucky enough to break my bones near the wrist about an hour from a teaching hospital, and my son Colin accompanied us to hospital. The doctor I got to see decided not to attend to it but to get the top orthopedic surgeon because my son kept saying, “Mum’s an artist.” I still had bruises from his fingers six weeks later when the cast was removed, but he managed to realign the bones under aenesthetic without surgery. I was so grateful for such care.
I pray for as effective and good outcome as I’ve had, for you, Mrs Mac. You’ll be in my thoughts and prayers, for your bones and so that you can return fully to teaching soon.
Warm regards, and God bless you