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The best laid plans . . . .

My exercise program started off well. Then I whacked the inside of my
right foot (just behind the large toe) on a table leg. Quite painful,
swollen and discolored. Barely able to walk. Then, a few nights later, I
slammed the space between the third and fourth toe of the same foot into
the edge of a computer case. No blood or broken bones in either case, so
that's something. I expect to be able to resume my program in a few days.

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Well as the old joke goes.."DONT DO THAT!"

What did the furniture do to you that your kicking it?

KROM

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The best laid plans . . . .

My exercise program started off well. Then I whacked the inside of my
right foot (just behind the large toe) on a table leg. Quite painful,
swollen and discolored. Barely able to walk. Then, a few nights later, I
slammed the space between the third and fourth toe of the same foot into
the edge of a computer case. No blood or broken bones in either case, so
that's something. I expect to be able to resume my program in a few days.

--
Nick. Support severely wounded and disabled Veterans and their families!
I've known US vets who served as far back as the Spanish American War.
They are all my heroes! Thank a Veteran and Support Our Troops.
You are not forgotten. Thanks ! ! ~Semper Fi~



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On Aug 3, 2:15*am, "krom" wrote:
Well as the oldjokegoes.."DONT DOTHAT!"

What did the furniture do to youthatyour kicking it?



sounds as if it just wanted to play

mk5000

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On 03 Aug 2008 00:20:13 GMT, Nick Cramer
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The best laid plans . . . .

My exercise program started off well. Then I whacked the inside of my
right foot (just behind the large toe) on a table leg. Quite painful,
swollen and discolored. Barely able to walk. Then, a few nights later, I
slammed the space between the third and fourth toe of the same foot into
the edge of a computer case. No blood or broken bones in either case, so
that's something. I expect to be able to resume my program in a few days.


Whilst you're not able to stand or walk much - do some gentle arm
exercises?

Nicky.
T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
D&E, 100ug thyroxine
Last A1c 5.4% BMI 25
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On 03 Aug 2008 00:20:13 GMT, Nick Cramer


The best laid plans . . . .

My exercise program started off well. Then I whacked the inside of my
right foot (just behind the large toe) on a table leg. Quite painful,
swollen and discolored. Barely able to walk. Then, a few nights later, I
slammed the space between the third and fourth toe of the same foot into
the edge of a computer case. No blood or broken bones in either case, so
that's something. I expect to be able to resume my program in a few
days.


Whilst you're not able to stand or walk much - do some gentle arm
exercises?


I've been doing that and neck exercises. Thanks, Nicky.

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Nick. Support severely wounded and disabled Veterans and their families!
I've known US vets who served as far back as the Spanish American War.
They are all my heroes! Thank a Veteran and Support Our Troops.
You are not forgotten. Thanks ! ! ~Semper Fi~


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