Merry Christmas TKR's

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Hi All,

Merry Christmas and a painfree new Year to all. 

I am now in cold, windy, rainy, but beautiful Ireland with a slightly stiff knee.

On St. Stephens day I will be in Canary Islands for a week, so it will be interesting to see how the knee feels in a warmer climate. 

I'll keep you posted,

Take care All,

Alan

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  • Posted

    Merry Christmas to Al..and to Al a good trip...sure wish this sciatica would leave my hip...but the knees are good as all ours should...so to all Members of the Click and Clunk Club...we wish you a holiday Merry and bright...with no pain or fright. So much for the poetry. Just wish everyone a very blessed Christmas and strong healthy New a Year.
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    Merry Christmas to Al, Melinda & everyone else reading in.. wishing you all health, wealth & happiness for 2017, but most of all no pain & free movement to all your collective knees!

    Marilyn xx

    😘🎄

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    Yes the wind and cold here is not helping to months post tkr. Back at work at week 11 uy still pain and stiffness. Oh for some sunshine. . Enjoy your trip

    Christmas wishes

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    That didn't say a lot!!

    X

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    Alan- that sounds lie a beautiful place to be , i have always wanted to go there. Please have a wonderful trip and a great and happy Christmas and New Year. I am here in Las Vegas, mostly sunny.
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    Have a safe trip! I am very curious to hear how the change in climate affects you. Merry Christmas!
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    Sending blessings along with you, Alan. But even in the warm desert where I live, it rained the last 2 days so my knee is screaming at me.

    Hope your travels are safe and your New Year is full of promise and love.

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    Hi Al,

    ​Hello from cold wet windy Belfast. My knee too does not like the cold/damp. It is getting better but still gets stiff and sore. Walking still proves problamatic...only 10/15 mins without discomfort.

    ​Best wishes Al for a lovely Christmas followed by a relaxing holiday...in the heat.

    ​How is your other knee, mine is slowly getting worse and wil need done next year. Not loking forward to it as now know what is infront of me.

    ​Take care

    Suzanne

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  • Posted

    Have a lovely trip!

    Warm often helps me, so you might find that relief, too!

    Have a great NEW YEAR!🎉🎶🙌🎉

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    Wow that sounds fabulous, I love Ireland I was thinking to retire to Kerry....you don't need a PA do you with a TKR we could compare notes 😂 Wishing you a pain free new year too Cheers Su

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