Friday, July 25, 2014

It works like this
I know I've said this before, but it still holds true. If you want to live in Italy, you have to realize three things.

ONE,
you can never get anything accomplished on the first try.
T did get another x-ray of her foot done at a very low cost at the hospital. This time it only an hour and a half instead of five. The doctor was pretty amazed that it had healed 70% in seven days, but we couldn't tell them that it was because of the Domacic method bioenergy treatments we have been doing because that would freak them out. T had to remind them of their promise to take off her cast and let her have the removable boot/tutore. They didn't fight the request as we had feared, but they did say that she had to go to the orthopedic care place outside the hospital called Michelotti. When she got there they didn't have a boot in her size.


TWO,
it's all about who you know. Luckily, F has a new English student who works at Michelotti and he promised that he would get a boot that fit her from another location and that if she came back at lunchtime he would have it for her.

THREE,
persistence is key. Of course, they then called us to say that it would not be ready by lunchtime. But it was ready by late afternoon and they were very kind to her. She loves it because it is removable and breathable and much more stable than the cast.

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