TimeI was in an accident when i was in my teens the doctors told me i would be fine and just stay off of my right leg for the summer so i
did and after that everything seamed fine until i was in my middle 20's and started having problems again and the doctor that i had then told me that i needed surgery on my right knee so i went ahead and had it dun after my knee healed up my doctor wanted to replace
my right hip and i said no he told me that i would not be walking past the age of 50. I am past 50 by a few years now and i am still walking with my real hip. A few months back i woke up early one morning with a lot of pain and soon found i could not walk.
It took me a couple of days before i could walk a little and i was finally able to get to my doctor. To make a long story short i still have my hip but found out that my left hip is bad so i did a lot of therapy and i am ok now. I have been on Disability for a long time do to all of these
problems so having that has been a big help.
Even in time things can still stay the same or close to it as it did for me.
I have never looked at time like most people do nor do i look at getting older as a bad thing i just use the two to my advantage and keep
going and never really looking back.
Gregg57 51-55, M 1 Response 1 Jun 18, 2012