As I have talked about in previous posts, I had extensive cervical spine surgery, which is limited my mobility. Some things become a nuisance such as cutting my toenails. That is something I never thought I would need to think about, but now I’m not able to do it.
So, the only reasonable and logical solution is to get pedicures. in reality, I had begun to get pedicures before I met with the male people because I had already begun to lose balance and was able to adequately cut my nails anymore.
My real problems, however, began after surgery because I become housebound and was unable to drive my car. Then when I was able to get transportation and make an appointment for a pedicure, the appointment was canceled.
My daughter Candace is a senior hairstylist at Simonson’s in Plymouth, Minnesota. She knew that I was very disappointed and talked with one of her friends there and her friend agreed to set me up with a pedicure. I was able to get in with Holly Kleschold a few days later. Continue reading