Thank you. It went very well. My surgeon was able to replace the knee, straighten my leg and realign my kneecap. My anxiety caused my blood pressure to spike in the pre-op area but the anesthesiologist was able to manage it, even bring it down somewhat before surgery started by his calming presence and comforting words. The exercises I did before surgery allowed me to do things like raise my leg onto the bed without support and bend my knee to almost 90 degrees within a day of surgery. The pain comes and goes and I was prescribe oxycontin for severe pain, which I limit to using right before bed. Ice seems to be the best help to manage any pain not controlled by Tylenol. I have been able to sleep on either side since a day or two after surgery. I stayed with family for the first 10 days and returned home Saturday. My pet sitter has been helping with my kitties for a few more days. I have been able to manage without the walker as long as I am next to counters and I see improvement daily. The pain is no fun of course, but I am hopeful that that will shift soon. My 2-week follow up with my surgeon is on Thursday.