dcb_Debra 11:14am Feb 3 2018
Sarah, hi and sympathies. Is there any way you can get safely to the yard, to a position from which you can safely watch the horses? If that's not possible, then at least get someone to help you get out into green space - when I was really depressed one evening with my ankle my husband took me to the local park and I was able to lean on a rail and watch the ducks and geese on the lake for a bit and that really helped.
If reading/watching TV is getting old, my other suggestions are:
(1) a craft project - knitting has been mentioned, also e.g. embroidery (bookmarks are good because they don't take too long and you can give them to people - of get a nice horse embroidery to do...
(2) an online course - something you've never had time for - or learning a new language.
HOWEVER, yes you will be very tired (gets better after a couple of weeks).
And definitely see if you can get friends to come round.
Good luck - and talk to us here. We're listening.
Fibula Fx lat. malleolus Weber B 12 June 2015
ORIF plate 18 June. Cast problems (allodynia) so boot from 25th but NWB.
25 July start PWB in boot, 7 Aug PWB without boot. 14th Aug few steps FWB.
9 Sept 10-steps jog 25 Sept: PT says go run!