So.... I'm having a really good day. I had my best PT session ever and I could work really hard at the exercises. I am now becoming a super duper balancer on one leg. I felt so spiffy, I even stopped in a grocery store on the way home after PT when all I usually care about is getting home to the ice ASAP. Then I walked up an entire flight of stairs one step per foot. Amazing! Okay, If Im telling the absolute truth, I was a bit back on my heels instead of being over my toes like the Nazi tells me to, but STILL, it felt pretty GREAT!
Kathy SW 235.1 CW 201.6 GW 165
Greedily she ingorg'd without restraint, And knew not eating Death Milton, Paradise Lost
I am so happy for you!!! Keep it up. Do everything the physical terrorist tells you to do. They may be sadists, but they also get results. Wouldn't it be cool if we all could eventually walk or run in 10K's? You go get your fitness back. I'll join you as soon as I can.
Smoochies, Sharon CW 212 SW 265 GW 130 I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.-Philippians 4:13
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