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September 30th 2011

Thursday, September 29, 2011

My goodness hasn't the month flown.

Update on my feet. New orthotics coming with a softer material being used.
Calf muscles very tight and had them stretched out by the physio. Need to walk more and stretch more.

I am also low in iron causing my tiredness. So my drs orders were eat more meat, exercise more and stretch more.

Good news but until the feet don't hurt I can't walk far as work comes first.

Overall I am pleased with the results and am trying harder to lose the excess I have gained.

Thank you all for your support, couldn't do it without you.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MISSMITSY 9/30/2011 9:01AM

    What if you tried riding bikes for exercise? You use a different part of your feet so it might not hurt...
I hope the new orthotics will help though!

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PCOH051610 9/29/2011 9:03PM

    So glad to hear your feet are starting to feel a wee bit better. You will get those extra pounds worked off quick enough once you are allowed and capable of resuming your normal activities, I'm sure.

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GOANNA2 9/29/2011 5:52PM

    emoticon Here's some healthy red meat for
your iron and do take care of your feet. Of course
being on your feet all day doesn't help, but siga siga
and hopefully the orthotics will help.

Take care. emoticon

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SUSIEPH1 9/29/2011 4:20PM

    I sympathise with you Georgia . Sore feet are just the pits... I hope your iron levels pick up soon and your feet feel better with the cushioning ..
Take it easy my friend ..
Hugs Susie

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    You are doing great! It's a shame your feet are giving you so much trouble, but better waiting than risking further injury, keep at it!

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