Mid-July Update

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This is an extremely difficult post for me to write. On Monday, July 15, I fell while painting a bathroom in my home. I suffered a tibial plateau fracture on my left leg. I was told by the emergency room doctor that I would very likely have to undergo surgery. I have an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon on Tuesday morning and will know more after that appointment. Everything I have learned about this type of fracture in the last few days, however, indicates that my recovery will be slow. With or without surgery, I will not be able to put any weight on the leg for approximately 12 weeks while it heals.

In the meantime, some classes at the studio will be going on as planned. Marla and Raine should be able to keep all of the Never-2-Late and Tap Level 1 classes going. At this point, I am unsure about the other classes. It is very likely that I will need to cancel some or all of the level 2 and 3 classes in addition to my HeartBeats classes. I just don’t know at this point. As I learn more about what my recovery will be like and can start making some plans, I will make updates to this page and will also post information on the studio Facebook page. I am determined to keep my business afloat during this time.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter. I appreciate you all! Your business means the world to me and I look forward to putting my shoes on and returning to the studio as soon as possible.

15 thoughts on “Mid-July Update”

  1. Dear Mary,
    We’re so sorry to hear about your fall. Wishing you a full, safe recovery. Take time to rest your mind and body, knowing all will stay well with your studio. The strength and cohesiveness of the Wall-2-Wall tap family will more than endure this temporary set-back. Our thoughts and prayers are with you! <3 Jeanne and Tom

  2. So sad to hear about your injury. Wishing you a full and speedy recovery. I’ll miss you in Vegas. I’ll be thinking of you and looking forward to seeing you back at the studio.

  3. Hi Mary,
    So sorry to hear about your fall!! Oh dear! Sending many good thoughts and prayers your way for a speedy recovery.

  4. Mary,
    I’m so sorry. Try to focus on healing. You should have someone set up a GoFundMe campaign to cover costs of keeping the studio afloat and your medical expenses.

  5. Sorry to hear this news Mary! Sending you lots of good wishes and a speedy recovery! It will all be well. ❤️

  6. So sorry to hear this. I broke my leg skiing at 60 (spiral tibia fracture) 3 yrs ago. Had to have surgery; no weight for 12 wks; rod put in. I’ve skied again and started tap — SO IF ANYONE CAN DO IT — YOU CAN! Hang in there. Thinking of you!

  7. OMG….Mary I just saw your posting regarding your injury – I am so sorry and wish you a very speedy recovery. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care!!

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