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  • v NUMD97
    Eggzactly! "Chanukah", spelled like this, more closely resembles how it is pronounced in Hebrew.

    Case closed.

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    2 hours ago
  • v KDYLOSE
    Yes you bring up the one point in favor of doing it: if I wait till I have no choice, probably sometime in my mid to late 70's, then it will be harder to recover.
    1 day ago
  • v SYLPHINPROGRESS
    Thank you for the lovely menorah, candles and all. Let there be a dreidl in every pot!

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    Now you're ready to win all the Hanukkah gelt -- gold-foil, chocolate coins, of course, the can
    1 day ago
  • v KDYLOSE
    Wow, thanks for sharing the details. What this tells me is that I definitely don't want to get a knee replacement until the pain without one is so bad that nothing could be worse. I've been wondering, because some people talk about replacement like it's no big deal and then others are very disappointed because they still have pain.

    Currently I have two pairs of good athletic knee sleeves, one which I put on as soon as I get up in the morning and a second, tighter pair that I change into when I'm leaving the house and going to be doing any amount of walking. They help a lot just holding everything in place and giving a boost to the supporting muscles around the knee. And been investing in good shoes and inserts, went to the running store and got evaluated. (I don't run but that's the only place to get it done around here.) I think I'll stick with my old achy knees for now!
    1 day ago

    Comment edited on: 12/13/2017 8:11:05 AM
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    Today . . . be the person of your dreams. See and act from their eyes. Gail Lynne Goodwin
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