Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis

Scooter success


The sellers did not turn out to be killers. Well, actually, I don't know that. They didn't kill me. That I do know. They had a gynormous garage full to the brim with stuff and other stuff outside of it. Fortunately the scotter box was right in front and it took no time to put the pieces in my car. I had folded down the shotgun seat so there was zero problem putting it all in.

I needed 3 things at Walmart and there are two on the way home. I stopped at the first one - a small one - and they did not have 2 of the things and then I lost interest/breath and came on home.

I got the bits up here and got it put together. It's small and simple, just like I wanted. It has arms but I don't need/want them so I took them off. It will fit easily and perfectly into one of my bedroom closets. This was what I was worried about. I want it out of sight when I'm not using it and finding garage space was heaven. I do have to figure out what to do with the shit in the closet. Yo, Goodwill?!

The battery is charging now. The manual says it takes 12 hours. It has a red charging light that turns to green.

I'm really quite delighted. Especially for $200.

I have been doing this and doing that most of today and really pretty comfortably. I don't have enough breath to swim or even walk around the block but I am better. I feel better and I'm able to do more. I'm expecting this trend to continue. My current thinking is to continue on, like I have been this week. No swimming or any kind of extracurricular cardio. Until at least this weekend. Then I'll re-evaluate and decide.

Now I need to take the cart I borrowed to get the scooter bits up here back down to the garage where it belongs.
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