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Knee Surgery! Say What!

Friday, June 21, 2013

First off let me say that I didn't make it to the gym today because I forgot my lock for my locker and I don't trust people to leave my stuff in the locker without a lock. So I now have a lock and I am ready to go.

This past Wednesday I went to a Orthopedic Surgeon and well, it looks like I am going to have surgery. I don't know when yet but I am going to have a MRI done on my knee to see exactly what is going on. I have been having problems with it and I am glad to know that there maybe relief soon, well in the next few months. Anyone who knows me knows that I don't like surgery and I am thankful that this an outpatient surgery because I get to go home at the end of the day! Yeah and I don't have to cook for awhile. LOL. I want to be pain free in that knee and I then can worry about my health a little more.

Before surgery though I would love to lose at least 20 to 25 pounds. So, right now that is my current goal. I need a way to figure out how to get my thighs a little small too that way the brace fits better and weird like the current I have does. I don't even wear it because my thighs are too big and they don't seem to have a different one that will fit nicely around my thigh. So hopefully with losing weight my boobs and my thighs will decide to get smaller too.

Well, I am tired. Goodnight everyone. Have a nice evening! Have a great Friday! Tomorrow I will Vlog because its been awhile since I have. Nighty Night!
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  • v FRANKLY5
    Sorry to hear that you are having problems with your knee. I hope that all goes well. Nice to hear from you
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    1067 days ago
  • v RORYLYONS
    Great goal to work emoticon emoticon emoticon knee surgery is scheduled...
    1068 days ago
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