Good Luck with your training for the Marathon, Bill. I'm afraid I am very, very far away from anything like that but I hope you find some walking buddies.
I was just released from therapy after the arm surgery I had on 11/29. My right arm is really back to normal and I can tell that the strength is better weekly. They didn't let me working on strength building until 6 weeks after the surgery. The surgery on the left arm will be done on March 7th - pretty much the same surgery - ulnar nerve transposition in the elbow and carpal tunnel release, only this side will also add another procedure on a trigger finger. Modern medicine is amazing, isn't it. I think I was well on my way to losing the use of my hands and pain was constant; now I'm so much better!
I am walking again and I've set a goal of 8000 steps a day; I hope to be up to 10,000 by summer. If I were 20 years younger I just might think of doing a marathon when this weight is gone.
Let your little lights shine, friends! Together we can do this.
Believe in Miracles.
Life is not fair, but it is good.
| current weight: 152.0