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Friday, November 16, 2012

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Liz in Missouri (with Lucy)

They told me the same thing about a cane. I told them the same thing back! LOLOL I'm not to the point of walking like you are (Hip and knee keep factoring in there, darn it) but I'm working on it. It may sound trite - but you really are an inspiration for me. Stupid back problems are soooooo tiresome. You GO!!!!

Patty

I have friends who just signed up for that race. (My majorly broken arm has me on the sidelines right now!) What a great cause and what a fun town! Here's to a healthy back soon!

Lisa

You go girl! What a great attitude. None of us think you are complaining and are proud of you continuing to work towards your goals. Back issues are a constant challenge ( 2 compressed disks and lumbar scoliosis), but when we stick together and lift each other up, we can accomplish so much!
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and be good to yourself,
Lisa

Mary

If folks are reading your blog, they know you are not a complainer, but a doer who is simply frustrated by the occasional (but highly annoying) fact that sometimes your body simply can't keep up with all the things you want to do. I prefer to read a 'whole' person blog; one that reflects the ups and downs of life, rather than some ideal persona blog. Remember, this is your space. And in the immortal words (attributed to either Dr Seuss or Bernard Baruch): “Those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.”

Jo

Kim, congratulations on a 3.2 mile walk! My sister has back issues and I,have asthma issues. I am trying to get out every day and walk a short distance. You are so,delightful about answering comments to your blog, so I'd love to hear from you on where to start on back problems--sis and I went to,the grocery store today and she had to sit down a couple of times. It's a holiday week and I am not expecting a quick answer! Happy weekend and hPpy thanksgiving. Xoxox. Jo

Barbara Fletcher

Thank you so much for your writing. 3 hip replacements and I sometimes use a cane, beautifully decorated in Costa Rica.

Carole

I'm so proud of you for sticking with this, Kim. When I don't want to go to the gym I tell myself that I am privileged to be able to run without pain and I think of you and off I go.

margene

We don't need no stickin' cane! 3.2 miles is an impressive distance when you're dealing with back issues. I walk 2 miles a day and need to push a little more.
You go, grrl!!

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