So, depending on the exact timeline of my hand getting back to normal, I will reassess and update goals by April 15. That is right around the three month point when I was planning to reassess and update anyway, it'll just be a little more of a re-start for me.
re: exercising - I am walking every day and doing my elbow exercises. I am at the point where I feel well enough to start other things but want to talk to my doc, obviously my right hand can't take any weight or grip very well currently, and other stuff like lunges, well I'm afraid of losing my balance with only a broken hand to catch me. This might be the motivation to finally get a gym membership since elliptical machines and stationary bikes are likely my friends, even treadmills since they pose fewer tripping hazards - heh.
*speaking of to-do lists, I am the type of person who usually keeps several. Most recently my habit had been to use the back of paper to be recycled to keep both a daily and a sometime-this week to-do list that I crossed things off of added onto daily. Not being able to write easily (I can write with my left hand; it looks like 4th grade cursive and it's slow) has meant I haven't had a daily to-do list for a while and it's driving me a bit nuts. Does anyone know of a good Android Ap for this? My right thumb is functional so with the pullout keyboard on my phone I'm pretty quick, and I can read typing when I come back to it, my current handwriting that's not always true.