I told him I can't wait. I also explained that they issued me a defective othropedic boot. It had only one soft pad velcroed on that hard piece of plastic. (See the plastic form there with the holes in it?)
He said it required only one pad for comfort on top the ankle. I complained that my leg was sore from the velcro scartching it and I had to put a soft fabric inside to ease my bruising and skin irritation.
He looked at me and asked, "Where have you been wearing that molded peice of plastic?"
"Next to my skin, to stabilize my leg and ankle."
I couldn't see his smile behind his mask, but I know he was smiling by the twinkle in his eye when he said, "Bet that's been uncomfortable. It's to be worn on the outside."
Well now you know why my great improvement. Instead of four more weeks, he says he'll see me in two. What do you know! I did something wrong that turned out right.
Bill says I should get a boot for my other foot so I can stomp all around town.
I'll tell you though, I'm getting spoiled by using the electric ride on shopping carts.