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Update on my knee

Monday, January 07, 2013


Went to DR today on my knee. He is going to let the State know that I will not be able to return to work and that I am partially disable. He said he is not sure if my knee will ever be back to where I can hike long distances, ride a regular bike, be on my treadmill for more then a 25 min mile. He is hoping that the pain will go away enough that I will not have to be on Nark's the rest of my life. He really wants me to try to walk as much as possible, but not where I have so much pain it is unbearable. He wants me to keep up with the exercising that I am doing to keep the knee from locking up anymore then it does. Now all I can do is wait to see if the State will give me a settlement sa I can't work anymore.

I will continue on my battle to lose weight and eat healthy.

I want to thank each & everyone for your prayers & well wishes. I will not give up.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
TRUCKERWIFE2 3/19/2013 11:11AM

    Hope to see you blog again soon. So sorry you've been having so much trouble with your knee. Hope to hear an update soon.

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WAGTHEDOG 1/11/2013 1:43PM

    Don't lose hope!


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SCAROUSEL1 1/7/2013 10:55PM

    I know this was not the news you wanted to hear Ida. I am glad to hear you are staying strong. I love your positive attitude! I will be saying my prayers that the state will provide you with a disability settlement ASAP and that your knee will improve too... HUGS!

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RAINA413 1/7/2013 8:58PM

    I commend you on keeping so positive. It is truly an inspiration. I sincerely hope that things work out for you. Good luck!

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NMBARBER103006 1/7/2013 8:57PM

    Good luck. Hope things work out for you.

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