Friday, July 11, 2014

Good health

It seems to me that my good health may be something that I took for granted in most of my times gone by. I healed up from my open heart surgery that I had last March pretty good. Pretty fast too. But this foot problem, although it is mostly gone, still is not completely cured. I still have a small amount of pain, and am walking kind of gimpy.

Golf lesson
Today I went for a golf lesson. But my heart was not into it. Remember that all this foot stuff began right after my first golf lesson. So, I am suspicious that something that I did during that first golf class may have strained something in order to get my foot problem going.

Biking for shopping
Everyday I go out on my bike to do my shopping. If I go and do a little shopping everyday, the load of groceries is never too heavy for me to carry in my backpack.

Before shopping, I went down to the Costco restaurant and bought one of their $1.50 Polish Hot Dogs. I just love those Polish Hot Dogs!

8 comments:

  1. I think you're doing OK health wise. My sister-in-law is turning 80 in a month or so, and she just seems to keep going.
    I mean, eating well and all that is most definitely great, but you just have to "keep going" to stay healthy. Once you slow down or stop, you're a "gonner".

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  2. love the Costco dogs (or sausage). Dog and drink $1.50, can't beat it.

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  3. Hmmm, did they give you antibiotics?....once my daughter got osteomyelitis (basically, inflammation of the bone) from a very simple fall, no real skin break. It seems bacteria can get into our systems pretty easily!

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  4. Hope you are back to normal soon & can enjoy your golf lessons.
    Love Costco sausage dog and drink - can't beat the price.
    Kathi
    arlonHboozer.com

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  5. Costco is great! We get 2 pizza slices with drink for $5.59. I have a membership just so we can eat there.

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  6. They are good, aren't they? My husband who is a major hot dog lover, says they are the best.

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  7. I can assure you that your issues with gout and your foot have nothing to do with golf. Don't associate that with golf the two are not related at all. Golf is a great game so enjoy it.

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  8. George,
    Are you watching the British Open?

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