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Murphy's Law

No matter where I go, it seems this law follows me everywhere.  For instance,  yesterday was the first time I didn’t take a pain med since my total knee replacement surgery. (The surgery will be three weeks ago this Wednesday).  I was very proud of that fact.  Exercising/recuperating is going well.  I am walking more and seeing increased flexibility in my knee.

So, today when I was discharged from in-home physical therapist, I just had to brag to my therapist about how I didn’t need any pain meds. She was surprised and reminded me that I’d need them for more outpatient exercises.  OK. I was doing so well, I felt on top of the world.  Here goes…..

After our discussion, I did my exercise regime and walking.  Great.  No problem.  Then,  OUCH!!!  Man, did it hurt!

Now, here I sit with my icepack  – having taken a pain med.

That’ll teach me.  Good old Murphy’s Law strikes again.

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