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Day Three: At work in Nikes

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Today was a shorts day. We were allowed to wear shorts and sneakers. I had no swelling so I need to get a doctor's excuse to wear my Nikes.
Another boring day in New Hire training. Today he taught how to get on the system. I worked there for 6 years so this was not new to me. We also took a tour of the building... emoticon I should have stayed behind because my knees started to hurt. I walked around outside of the building at lunch. I wanted to build up my endurance. My knees weren't happy, but maybe I will try it again tomorrow.
I am still sad because I can't move like I would like, and recovery seems slow. I am tired so I am going to sleep. Have a good evening all.
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  • BOYSMOM9698
    It seems so silly that they are making you go through this training after working there for 6 years! I hope that they will be able to give you all of your hours -- it's hard to count on a certain number of hours and then not get them. I know it feels like your recovery is going slowly, but you are getting there slowly but surely, like the tortoise in The Tortoise and the Hare. And please know that you are such an inspriration to me for all the exercise you do in spite of not yet being at 100% physically!

    Laura
    4270 days ago
  • MOMMA48
    So, sorry to hear about the discomfort for you, Rose. At least you got to wear shorts and Nikes -- there's your positive! Hope tomorrow those aches/pains are gone and you enjoy your day!
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