We awoke to bad news. No, Shawna is not alright and we headed to medical. After examining both feet, the doctor had the tech take 4 x-rays to make sure nothing was broken on the small bones between the ankle and the toes. The digital x-ray was evaluated and no breaks were obvious but it was sent off to a radiologist in Annapolis, Maryland for review to make sure. The doctor believes that both feet have severe sprains but not torn ligaments or tendons since she can move her toes. Shawna’s feet do not look good now but the doctor warned that they would look much worse before they heal. He wrapped them in compression bandages and said to keep them elevated and ice on them for the next 48 hours to prevent swelling. He wanted to see her in 2 days and would have the results on the x-rays back from Annapolis by then. We rented a wheelchair to use for the rest of the cruise. The medical staff were great!
So plans changed, but that is life. Shawna filled out an accident report and had an interview with the safety and security officer on the ship. We canceled her ticket for the Charlotte Town excursion planned for Prince Edward Island the next day.
After lunch we took a stroll on the promenade. It was a pretty day with calm seas.
America's Test Kitchen today.
The kitchen was presenting two lessons today. The ladies enjoyed that and I wondered around the ship and eventually found myself ordering a hamburger from the Dine-In near the pool. They have great burgers and hot dogs.
This evening we enjoyed a comedian on Main Stage. He was also a ventriloquist. We were presently surprised with his performance.
We are a couple who have started on a new adventure...