I’ve spent most of the day flat on my back with my knees up, after getting a cortisone shot in one of my knees. I mentioned when I was in the UK that one of my knees was bothering me, and it was more than I could deal with, pain-wise. Luckily, my primary physician is an old friend and could see me right away. After thinking that I might have a torn meniscus, he recommended an orthopaedic specialist, whom I saw this morning.His verdict was slightly worse: bone on bone! So after a cortisone shot, and a trip to Drug City (no kidding!) for some meds, I was advised to keep my leg elevated and ice it down with some regularity. Luckily, Matt, Connor’s personal walker lives at the end of our lane, so he came by to give Connor a good long walk this afternoon, since I’ve not been up to doing it. Connor adores Matt and greets him the way he does with people he loves, with his head down and wagging his tail. That made me happy.