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Slow progress

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

I am slowing getting better but it's definitely a very slow process. I think my lucky stars that I didn't get hurt worse.

I am bowling tonight even though the Dr. recommended not to do anything for two weeks. It's been a week and a half and I don't think bowling is that strenuous. If I feel bad, I can always sit out. We moved my daughter on Sunday and I helped pack things from the truck to her new room and didn't get a nose bleed as the Dr. said may happen.

I am not going to show pictures as the few I have shared with are mortified. I literally looked like I had been in a very bad fight. Still not completely healed but I look ten times better than that night.

I hope that everyone has a great day!
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  • v GOPINTOS
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1323 days ago
  • v SUTERSPACE
    Take care with the bowling. Bowling can be quite a workout. When my husband and I go we do push it and try to see how many games we can get done in an hour. Glutes are sore for days afterwards! Take it easy while bowling and you should be fine!
    1323 days ago
  • v IBSHAUN
    I just took a few minutes (after reading this blog) to go back through some of your other recent blogs. That ice can be super tricky! Sounds like you are feeling better even if it is a slow process. Take your time and only push as far as you feel good about it. I understand from a previous post you have a cruise to look forward to - remember you want to be well enough to enjoy your trip!
    1323 days ago
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