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End of the day rambling

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Knee situation. Back in the 90's I was hiking and the hill gave way under my left foot resulting in my knee bending inward. I rehabbed and it's been pretty good for 20 something years. It "pops out" occasionally but I can extend it and it returns to "normal". A week ago I made a movement that hurt really bad but that too resolved. On Wednesday, first day of vacation it was once again started being unstable and hurting so I bought a brace similar to one I already have at home. RATS! I truly believe if I work on building leg muscles it will correct and stabilize. Problem is I haven't been consistently weight training. Today, my sister and I went to the pool and did water aerobics, worked the legs a lot. I will like a phoenix rise from this. Word to me he wise, weight lift, it's good ju- ju! Thought you might enjoy the sunset I just witnessed. O, btw, thank you to all you sweet people who contributed to my Motivator of the Day award. Hugs to you!
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  • CARMACHAMELEON
    Charie,

    I will be facing some PT time as I am getting ready for surgery, after fighting the VA for more than two years, on my left foot to correct it and I am so EXCITED!!!!! I know it will be a tough time after the surgery, but God has it and me and I am looking forward to this!!!!

    Thank you for the beautiful sunset!!!!

    Blessings!
    >- Nancy Jean -
    GA
    26 days ago
  • MOLLIEMAC
    Hope you get more chances to do water aerobics while you are with your sister, great for limb mobility. Loving your images!
    26 days ago
  • KOALA_BEAR
    As we age, things deteriorate so maybe get the knee checked w/ xray or MRI when you return from vacay.
    27 days ago
  • BIKE4HEALTH
    Thank you for sharing
    27 days ago
  • DETERMINEDJANET
    Good reminder to get back to my PT exercises for my knee.
    27 days ago
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