The First Day Of The Rest Of Your LifeThe Walki... ((HOT))
This flash of Abraham and another of Maggie frame the extended finale of a season marred by the character's demise. In the morning, Negan brings a pancake breakfast, complete with a blueberry smiley face, for Sasha. "Welcome to the first day of the rest of your life," he says, giving the episode its title. He explains that it's up to her to get things with Rick back on track after a little birdie revealed to him his plans for rebellion. (We'll get to which little birdie in a moment.)
The First Day of the Rest of Your LifeThe Walki...
In the cell, Negan enters and tells her, "Welcome to the first day of the rest of your life, Sasha." He insists she is going to help things get back on track tonight because she is fully capable. He doesn't want to watch her die and she doesn't have to but someone does. He says only a couple of people at most will die and she should get ready for a big day before unveiling a smiley faced pancake.
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Dr. Jeffrey Campsen: I think as you get further and further out, the activities open up more. In the first two weeks you have to be very conservative. You want to walk, because getting out of bed opens up your lungs and pumps blood back from your legs to your heart, so it keeps you from getting a pneumonia or blood clots. So you definitely want to get up, walk, and do activities around the house. You can still do desk work and different things like that. You need to be active to allow healing.
Dr. Jeffrey Campsen: What you want to do is not get to that point, and so you're basically. . . If you're pushing yourself a little bit, you're starting to lift something heavy, you're starting to do some exercise, all the good things that we actually do want you to do, and you start to feel pressure on your belly, maybe back away and give it a little bit of a rest.
The analogy with a golf club is maybe in the first two weeks just sort of use your putter, and in the two to four weeks, you can sort of use an iron and just do a half of a backswing. Then, maybe after six weeks to eight weeks, you can really do that full golf swing that you want to do. I think that sort of relates to, basically, what do you do with your abdominal wall, and any of that twisting and turning you can do more and more as you get further out from the sugary, but also the rule, again, is if I feel like it's painful, if it's putting too much stress on my abdominal wall, back off. Give it a couple days to rest, and then try it again in three or four days.
Guidance: 06 If the pedestrian signal rests in walk, the accessible walk indication should be limited to the first 7 seconds of the walk interval. The accessible walk indication should be recalled by a button press during the walk interval provided that the crossing time remaining is greater than the pedestrian change interval. 041b061a72