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Broken Bones - 3/15/2018 3:52:29 PM   

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Well mid November I fell and broke my right hand still haven't got full use of it back and then on Tuesday I fell and broke my right foot. Getting older is not fun LOL.
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RE: Broken Bones - 3/15/2018 4:02:56 PM   

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Sorry to hear that, dude.

Do you mind a suggestion? Maybe...I dunno...stop falling?


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RE: Broken Bones - 3/15/2018 10:59:50 PM   

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I understand completely. I fell two months ago and chipped a bone in my elbow and it still hasn't healed completely. Turning 50 soon and I agree getting older is not always fun.



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RE: Broken Bones - 3/16/2018 6:07:20 AM   

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I am sorry to hear of your unfortunate falls, jday305 and Twotribes. Hope you are both healed up soon.


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RE: Broken Bones - 3/16/2018 8:48:24 AM   

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Sorry to hear, try to avoid stairs and slippery ground. I once fell and broke just my wrist but it's already painful as hell.


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RE: Broken Bones - 3/16/2018 11:38:22 AM   

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I stood on my own shoe lace and broke my fall with my thumb. It didn't break it just compacted and now has a permanent 90 degree angle, which I can live with. However, when the temperature falls to cool, it goes white and looks like something from the Walking Dead.

And while getting old is a bitch, I won't have to live with it for too many years.

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RE: Broken Bones - 3/16/2018 3:10:03 PM   


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The good thing about getting old is that it beats the alternative of NOT getting any older, ever.

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RE: Broken Bones - 3/16/2018 3:22:56 PM   

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After doing some DIY house repairs early last November, I developed a severe pain in my right shoulder that has eased up a bit but still persists until now. Torn rotator cuff? Chronic bursitis? Not sure (although my doctor thinks it's the former).

The good new is that my DIY days are over, it seems. At my advanced age, I can no longer risk it.


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