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No more exercise minutes for a while

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Tomorrow I am going for my second knee replacement. I had my right one done in 2009 with great success and now I am doing the left one. I plan to work very hard at my recovery because that is the secret to success.I love Spark People and the friends I have made. While, I never quite made it to my goal yet, it is the best I have ever done to lose weight and keep it off. For that I am very happy! For all my dachshund friends, here is a photo of our first doggies many years ago. JudyK
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    Dear Judy.
    Didn't know (or remember??) that you were having knee replacement. I'm so glad you had a prior success -- this one will be successful too....especially with your very positive attitude.

    I've been on and off the Boards recently.....,. right now I'm fighting a bad case of flu - and I'm soooo tired. But I wanted to add my good wishes to all the others ..... for a successful procedure and a speedy recovery. I know how bad knee pain can be!
    And I want to thank you for being a 'rock' for me --- you've always 'been there'......

    Stay in touch - I'll be sending hugs and good vibes your way. Lucy says 'woof'!!

    Much love, Libby emoticon
    1531 days ago
    Adding my best wishes for a successful surgery and recovery period.


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  • HILLSLUG98239
    Take the time to let yourself heal. I'm having to remind myself of that. I signed up for Bloomsday, a 12K. Most I've run up to this point is about 4K. So I should be training, but I have a nagging ankle pain. I'm having a very hard time not "running through the pain," but I know that a short lay off will make me healthier in the long run.

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  • ZRIE014
    wish you the best. hope you have a quick recovery.
    1532 days ago
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