Some days I have to hyper motivate Nick Fener. Like today. When he is hurting, he doesn’t want to get up, or get out to do anything. I’m all about getting up and out of here. My cabin fever hasn’t got the best of me, but I’m certainly not going to let it think it’s winning. And I understand that it’s critical for Nick to get upright and moving more often throughout each day. One work out, then hours of rest just isn’t going to cut it. It isn’t going to cut it for me either. Nick needs his rest. Rest is important for his healing, but so is moving around and being active.
It’s been seven weeks since the amputations, and Nick’s stump wounds still aren’t healed. They are healing very slowly. On his right leg, there are places that are completely healed and beautifully healthy. But there is also a place that is still wet and oozing. I change his dressings daily, and it’s barely improving. Might be time to see a doctor soon. His left nub is still scabbed all the way around, but it’s healing and looking healthy.