Well, according to the surgeon, the replacement went well.
You might notice a hand drawn arrow pointing downward toward the knee which I was asked to draw prior to surgery and, no doubt, a good way to ensure that everyone has common agreement about which bits are to go!
The rest of the day was all a bit of a blur with regular monitoring and checking.
Today, the physiotherapist arrived to get the legs moving with some simple exercises and then, the piece d’resistance: a standing welcome to the new joints with much trepidation and suppressed naughty words. So begins weeks of exercises and physio leading, hopefully, to the proverbial ‘walk in the park.’