I går var min far til den sidste undersøgelse med sit nye jernknæ. Lægen der opererede min far skulle se om alt var i orden med jernknæet. Det var ret spændende.
|Min far skulle ligge på en briks uden sine lange bukser.|
|Lægen bukker min fars ben og trykker på knæet for at se om det mærkes rigtigt.|
|Så løfter han min fars ben og bukker det helt sammen. Det gjorde meget ondt og min far sagde en masse lyde.|
|Lægen sagde at knæet sad rigtig godt fast i knoglen som det skulle.|
|Han var rigtig tilfreds og sagde at fra nu af var der ikke noget der hed det dårlige knæ, for alt var så fint. Det var helt normalt at min far stadig har lidt ondt i knæet.|
|Min mor var glad, |
|Resume ha ha.|
Yesterday my dad was at the hopspital to see the doctor who did the surgery of his iron knee. It was the last time before they would declare: All well. It was pretty exciting.
|My father had to lie on a couch without his long pants.|
|The doctor bends my father's legs and presses the knee to see if it felt right.|
|Then he lifts my father's leg and bend it completely. It did hurt very much and my dad said a lot of noises.|
|The doctor said the knee was really firmly into the bone as it should be.|
|He was really happy and said that from now, there was no such thing as a bad knee, because everything was so fine. It was quite normal that my dad still got some pain in the knee.|
|My mom was happy, |
|Summary he he.|