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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

My joints feel way better today. Minimal pain, if any. But I'm really tired. I slept all night, something I rarely do, but once I got Kina on the bus, I went back to sleep and I actually just woke up again. It's 12:35PM. emoticon

I had 2 scrambled eggs, 2 slices of bacon, a packet of instant grits and a cup of hot tea with lemon for breakfast.

Lunch will be light. Just some tomato soup and crackers.

Will go for a walk this afternoon at the Y.

Have a great day.
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  • BEAUTIFUL_REINA
    I'm so glad your joints are feeling better! I battle with pain in my hips off and on. It sounds like you are really doing great though. Some times I just jump up and down off the curb over and over, for my hips. It looks a little weird I guess but my reasoning is that if it doesn't actually BREAK them, then the bones will be forced to get denser. To tell you the truth, after a year of doing that I have less hip pain. But at first I thought they might break...
    2954 days ago
  • CODEMAULER
    Healing requires rest, so your body is likely "taking what it needs."
    2954 days ago
  • CANNIE50
    Well, your body obviously needed that extra rest, my dear. I am glad you are able to get the rest you need. I have been meaning to ask you, have you ever tried cherry juice - it is supposed to help with joint aches. I know you have RA which is so much more severe than my OA, but I keep reading this tip about cherry juice so I got some, which I am going to cut with sparkling water. It is also supposed to help with sleep. I figured it can't hurt, right? Anyway, I am thinking of you, Miss Hattie. PS I haven't nagged you for awhile, so here goes: emoticon m emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2954 days ago
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