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Holiday equal Stress

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Last year I had knee surgery, and my wife Debra also had surgery. Now this year I am dealing with plantar fasciitis pain/treatment, and yes Debra is dealing with surgery (thyroid on Dec 18th). It seems holidays equal surgery for this family (come to think of it the year before last I had two surgery). Still I am looking to give Thanks for my loving wife, my awesome two son's (Brandon/Tyler), two jobs when so many only have one, a house almost paid for, loving parents who showed me nothing but love growing up. I also know Debra and I are on the road of being healthier losing weight, and I believe surgeries are soon going to be a random thing of the past and not a yearly way of welcoming the holiday season! To all of my new friends on SPARKPEOPLE, may God bless you all on your road to a healthier life and Happy Thanksgiving! emoticon
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    I too have a lot to be thankful for....including the new found healthy lifestyle I have found and embraced thanks to SP! (I also am blessed to have my life partner join me in this journey)!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you!
    1057 days ago
    Yes, we do have a lot to be thankful for. I am also thankful that I met you at a young age and have been able to be married to my best friend. Happy Thanksgiving!
    1058 days ago
    Happy Thanksgiving to you!
    1058 days ago
    I have planter fascitis also and so does my husband. I went to physical therapy and they have me doing exercise on my foot, also freezing a bottle of water and rolling your foot back and forth on it.This all works for me when I follow it through faithfully. Have a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving to you and your family.
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