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Friday, September 08, 2017

Wow, it has been a long time since I wrote a blog. Summer has just flown by.

Both surgeries are now completed. I am in PT and also going to Pilates for rehab. The hip is getting better, but it is still a bit sore. I am working on my 10,000 steps a day again. I am grateful that I only gained 2 pounds during the months I couldn't exercise. My target date to get back on JC is October 15. My doc's target date is November 1. emoticon

Our refrigerator bit it on July 22. It's just over 2 years old. I have been going rounds with LG and my extended warranty company. The compressor was replaced two weeks ago and the new compressor is faulty. It is not working. The warranty from the manufacturer said if you are without your refrigerator for 10 days, it will be replaced. Well, it's been 6 weeks now and still no replacement. emoticon

I discovered this morning that my husband and I were possibly impacted by the hack on Equifax. Great. Just what I needed on top of everything else UGH! emoticon

Work has been very busy which is good. I planned our trip to Nashville/New Orleans. Can't wait to go back. emoticon

I hope everyone impacted by Harvey/Irma are safe. Prayers to all affected emoticon
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  • JUSTME29
    I'm glad your surgeries are completed and you are healing. Refrigerator issues are awful, and so costly both for repair and replacing the groceries lost.

    Busy is good and New Orleans sounds like lots of fun. I've never been to Nashville, but I bet it's every bit as great.
    312 days ago
  • CATE195
    Glad your surgeries are done and keep that goal of October 15th in your mind, but be willing to give a little wiggle room for your complete recovery. emoticon
    312 days ago
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