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Spring weather

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

My joints are aching from the spring weather. The L knee has no damage to the partial, but is getting arthritis in the rest of the knee. Got my Fitbit Flex wristbands at Best Buy. Not taking enough steps throughout the day. Only averaging 2,500 a day...not good. If the sun would come out and stay out I might feel more inclined to go for a walk. Don't like to walk on the city streets. Too much traffic and people staring. We have biking paths and I may resort to going to one of them.

EMDR is going well. My therapist sure knows when to use it and he uses the light bar and EMDR more often lately. See my doctor tomorrow morning. Hopefully he will keep my medication the same. It seems to be doing the what is suppose to do.

I am on here a little more now. Just have to limit it for my shoulders and neck.

Hope everyone is experiencing warmer weather!

Angie
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  • FRAN0426
    So glad to see you have blogged, was thinking of you just the other day wondering how your doing. Glad the therapist knows what he is doing, and it is helping you. Wishing you have a great doctor appointment tomorrow and that the medicine is working well enough so he won't change it.
    We are having a beautiful day in the Mpls. area temp, although it is quite windy today. Temp about 72 degrees . The weather people says enjoy as rain is coming our way along with lower temps and wind----just as long as it doesn't snow. The snow that is left is mainly that which is piles up into banks from plowing, and even those are melting fast with the sun and warm days we have had lately. Upon our return from Phoenix we did have a 6 inch snowfall, that did melt within 3 days, hope that it for this year.
    2517 days ago
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