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I CAN WALK!!!!!!!!!

Saturday, July 20, 2013


My nephew's junior prom. I can't believe he's growing up so fast. Which is funny because it's not like I'm that much older than him. We're more like siblings.

Guess what? I can start walking finally. I still have to use my knee walker if I'm going very far, but short distances I can walk. To say I'm excited is an understatement. I'm still in a cast for 1 week and 6 days (yes I'm counting down).

Wednesday I leave for family vacation. I go on vacation with my family every year. It's my mom, oldest brother and his family, middle brother and his family, and my husband and I. 13 of us all together. This year we're all staying in a huge house together. We'll also be visiting the family reunion that is 20 miles away. We wanted to be close enough to go, but not so close that we had to see them the whole time. It should be fun. I'm sad that I won't be able to swim since we're going to the lake, but I am still going to try and enjoy the trip.
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  • LJCANNON
    emoticon I think only someone who has Lost, or Almost Lost, the Ability to Walk can truly appreciate the Blessing that "Just Walking" is. Even if that Loss is Temporary or Short Lived!! Enjoy your Short Walks and the Family Time. Swimming will come soon and will be Sweeter for your having Worked For It!! (NOT Overdoing it as you Recover is Hard Work, but the Rewards are PRICELESS!!)
    2655 days ago
  • BOBF15
    A rolling stone gathers no moss. An old saying so keep on moving girl. I know it is tough, I am in the same boat, have to move, but every step is painful, but if I don't the long term alternative is gloomy.

    So slowly but surely you will make progress.

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    2655 days ago
  • MJ7DM33
    emoticon Enjoy your trip!
    2660 days ago
  • SARAJANE_82
    emoticon That is awesome.
    2660 days ago
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