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    We stopped at Hadley Date Farm on the way home. Among other things, we bought a bottle of California champagne. I am now literally feeling no pain. LOL.
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    On Netflix now I've been watching The Shield and Breaking Bad. The Shield was okay, but Breaking Bad is pretty great. The characters are awesome, and Walter White puts Hal to shame. Great main character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyK View Post
    On Netflix now I've been watching The Shield and Breaking Bad. The Shield was okay, but Breaking Bad is pretty great. The characters are awesome, and Walter White puts Hal to shame. Great main character.
    I didn't want it to end( breaking bad that is) we are totally hooked on Netflix..
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZChristian View Post
    We stopped at Hadley Date Farm on the way home. Among other things, we bought a bottle of California champagne. I am now literally feeling no pain. LOL.
    LOL, now that's the spirit! literally
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    NorwIndian! Great news about your son! My son has had similar experiences, and I know just how you feel. Stop apologizing for your posts! That's why we're here!
    AZ - hope you recover quickly.
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    Just walked 2.5 miles, so I'm happy to report that there seems to be no residual stiffness or unknown side effects from the fall. So grateful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kip View Post
    I've noticed that in the last year or so, when I go to step over something, that my trailing foot often hits what I'm stepping over. For some reason I'm not lifting my foot as much as I think I am - a sign of getting older, I suppose.
    Yikes, I did that a couple of months ago! I was unloading the dishwasher and walked around between the open door and the island and caught my back foot on the dishwasher rack and went flying! I landed so hard on my knees and elbows on the hardwood floor that I was in so much pain I literally could not get up for more than 5 minutes. ("Help! I've fallen and I can't get up!" Literally!) I was surprised and lucky I didn't break anything, but I am very careful about walking around instead of 'over' that dishwasher door now. I just had surgery for a torn meniscus in my left knee last year from stepping in a gopher hole and falling in my garden. I'm trying to be more careful about where my feet are planted. Broken bones are no joke at my age. I'm glad you're OK, AZ!!
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    Thank goodness! Sometimes you never know until the day after. I was afraid you and NorwIndian were going to have to get tandem wheelchairs! I got pain just reading your account of your fall.

    Now, you are seeing the results of your daily walking. It is such a smart thing to do!
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    I'm putting wheelchair ramps into the FORT retirement home ASAP!
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    Here is a question that came up for discussion that I found interesting: What is your 'go to' stress behavior?

    I either get very quiet, or I sing in stressful situations. I used to be told that I didn't take things seriously or I didn't care because I did not explode or have a tantrum. It surprised me that people would make assumptions like that, but I came to understand that that was common thinking. I've never been one who likes to "put on a show".
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