Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper
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Checking Out All the Angles

Either I'm doing something wrong or the calibration on the replacement CPM machine is going wonky. Right now, the top and bottom ends of the electronic scale are reading about 10 degrees less than the analog scale on the machine. My leg can't be that heavy! I've got a call in to the fellow we got it from and we'll see what he says.

In the meantime, I've been spending time looking for new songs to sing to Katie. In the last couple of days, I've tried Daisy Jane, Sister Golden Hair, Eli's Coming (not too popular), Old Fashioned Love Song (better!), Marrakesh Express, Teach Your Children, and Bad, Bad Leroy Brown, along with some others that have just slipped my mind right now.

I'll just keep working on this.
Tags: kids, knee, musings
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