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January Goal Met - My Feet are Healed!

Friday, January 29, 2010

Hear Ye - Hear Ye! My Feet are healed!

As of 1/28/2010 - I was released from the Podiatrist's care and able to wear normal shoes again! The men's extra wide slipper/shoes have helped see me thru the past 4 wks.

My January goal has been met & I am grateful to my SP friends for praying me thru this issue. I never knew ingrown toenails were such a big deal, but encourage anyone who has this condition to take time & have it taken care of professionally. I learned the hard way that a Nail Salon is not the proper way to keep feet healthy. Pedicures are great for feeling pretty - not doing mini-surgery on your piggy toes!

Please pray my Feb. goals go great too!! To get my engine revved up again, I intend to return to water aerobics & take golf lessons.

Blessings to all who pass thru & glance at this blog! My prayers for your January goals to be met too!
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  • LINDA25427
    I will continue praying for your feet and for you to have a great Feb. God bless. emoticon emoticon Take care .
    3001 days ago
  • LINDA25427
    Hi there it is great that you are doing so well. My new son-in-law-,daughter and younger son are getting into playing golf. They seem to like it and said it was fun . My husband and I never got interested in golf. Maybe someday .Good luck with your lessons .Praying for you .Hope you have a fantastic Feb.God Bless . Hugs emoticon emoticon
    3002 days ago
    I'm so glad for you Tazzie - nothing like a little freedom and restriction lifted to get going again! Will be praying. Continue to keep us posted - that way we don't feel totally deprived of your input, encouragement, struggles, victories, etc.
    3003 days ago
    emoticon Back to your activity now that the toes are healed!
    Swimming and gold lessons-sounds like fun!
    3003 days ago
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