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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

This morning I am grateful for the outcome of the election. So many around the country turned out as I wanted. And I'm grateful that now we can put all the ad campaigns behind us and get to work making our cities, states and country a better place for the people who live here.

My NSV for today is that I was able to walk 200 feet without my cane at physical therapy. I am also able to walk with better posture than I could when I started. I'm surprised (and happy) that I'm seeing results so quickly!
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  • JILL313
    You are rocking it!! I always use a cane when I go out. . .I wonder if physical therapy would help. I'd love to find one with a pool but doubt Medicare Advantage Plan would pay for it. You are definitely making good strides in your therapy. . .So happy for you.


    1917 days ago
    Congrats on your awesome progress! It is such a great achievement to be able to get more active when you've been restricted for so long. Keep up the great work!! emoticon emoticon
    1931 days ago
    I am also glad the election is over. Tired of all of it. This is such a long year with the election, the olympics and all the other hoopla they can think of to mess up our lives, not to mention the weather making it so hard on people. Anyway I am so happy for your progress. Keep it up and soon you will be walking a marathon!! emoticon emoticon
    1932 days ago
    I too am grateful!!!
    Great NSV!! you rock!!
    1932 days ago
    I'm glad to hear you're making such progress. Keep up the good work.
    1932 days ago
    Now that's some good news! Glad to hear it.
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    By the way, did I mention that one of the things we're grateful for is you?
    1933 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/7/2012 5:16:40 PM
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