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OH yeah--I've had a MRI done. Actually I know exactly what's wrong with me and what's causing the sciatica but you have to jump through all the hoops before you get the actual cure (not that I'm crazy about the cure--because it will involve surgery.

At the L1-S5 connection of vertebrae (which happens to be where the sciatic never parts company with the spinal cord and should simply exit through a circular appurature (sorry--I can no longer spell because I take gabapentin which makes me incredibly stupid) opening. Because my vertebrae are kind of squahed there and have slipped a little sideway instead of being totally vertical that appurature is oval and the sciatic nerve rubs on the inside of the hole--and has also caused the outside edge of one of the discs to be skinned--also causes pain.

But I have jumped through the hoops now and have an appointment with one of the orthopedic surgeons next week to see if I'm a candidate for surgery.

Stay tuned for the next chapter of Aunty Bug and the sciatic PIA.

Man, I don't envy you your back issues TN--I'm within spitting distance of 80 until now have not had any back issues. I've got a lot more sympathy for all the friends of mine who have had all kinds of issues with their back over the years.

Getting up is a big problem for me--often in the morning my sciatic nerve is screaming at me because at some point in the night I tried to turn over onto my left side (I have not been able to sleep on my left side in almost three months) That wakes me up and I try to find a position that will stop the pain so I can either get up or go back to sleep. Generally nothing works...and I have been a really restless sleeper most of my life--turn over a million times a night--used to wake my husband up and he'd be wanting to know what the hell I was trying to do--that then woke me up and I had no idea what he was talking about.

And yeah, I've found that if I do a fair amount of walking during the day (even though that give me a kind of constant pain in my left leg while I'm walking) it makes it less painful at night.

I'm very tired of the whole thing and my yard and the various planted beds are a mess because I can't bend over and pull weeds--I'm still carting around one of those stupid looking pick up tools otherwise everything I drop on the floor stays there (Toad will remove anything that's edible and the cats will sometimes play with something I dropped and then loose in in a corner

I say--BAH and HUMBUG--and I've got a puppy coming over for help with ears so gotta' go.

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I don't like to talk about my health issues, but it's ironic; all of mine mostly stem from things I did when I was younger when I was trying my best to be in shape. I used to run, and I mean run a lot. Every day, 5 miles after work, in under 30 minutes, and my friend and I would run 8-10 miles on the weekend days. I kept this up all the way into my early 40s, when I suddenly started having sharp pain in my right knee...got an MRI and yep, torn medial meniscus. When the docs went in to cut most of it away, they saw I already had arthritis; a 3 on a scale from 1-5 with 5 being the worst. The doc told me I would be a candidate for knee replacement surgery sooner or later and the time is coming; the knee hurts, swells up, locks up from time to time and I can feel it popping at times when I walk. I have tendinitis in both elbows/forearms, a bad right shoulder, and a bad lower back - all from the weight lifting I used to do, the constant repetitive movements with heavy weights. So there's a lot to be said about being a couch potato LOL. Yeah I was in terrific shape back then and looked good in a tank top but that doesn't do me any good now, does it So knee replacement, possible rotator cuff surgery, and Lord only knows what's going on with the lower back. The tendinitis I can deal with, I just have to be careful not to do repetitive movements like say, fishing, or throwing the ball too long for Mocha.
I sure hope they can do something for you, I think a bad back is the worst because as you know, you're pretty much done. With other issues, you can sort of get around it but when the back goes, you can't lay down, walk, shower, get dressed, go up or down stairs, and if you do manage to sit down, it takes a LONG time to get back up. So here's hoping you get some good news from your doc!



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I don't like to talk about my health issues, but it's ironic; all of mine mostly stem from things I did when I was younger when I was trying my best to be in shape. I used to run, and I mean run a lot. Every day, 5 miles after work, in under 30 minutes, and my friend and I would run 8-10 miles on the weekend days. I kept this up all the way into my early 40s, when I suddenly started having sharp pain in my right knee...got an MRI and yep, torn medial meniscus. When the docs went in to cut most of it away, they saw I already had arthritis; a 3 on a scale from 1-5 with 5 being the worst. The doc told me I would be a candidate for knee replacement surgery sooner or later and the time is coming; the knee hurts, swells up, locks up from time to time and I can feel it popping at times when I walk. I have tendinitis in both elbows/forearms, a bad right shoulder, and a bad lower back - all from the weight lifting I used to do, the constant repetitive movements with heavy weights. So there's a lot to be said about being a couch potato LOL. Yeah I was in terrific shape back then and looked good in a tank top but that doesn't do me any good now, does it So knee replacement, possible rotator cuff surgery, and Lord only knows what's going on with the lower back. The tendinitis I can deal with, I just have to be careful not to do repetitive movements like say, fishing, or throwing the ball too long for Mocha.
I sure hope they can do something for you, I think a bad back is the worst because as you know, you're pretty much done. With other issues, you can sort of get around it but when the back goes, you can't lay down, walk, shower, get dressed, go up or down stairs, and if you do manage to sit down, it takes a LONG time to get back up. So here's hoping you get some good news from your doc!
Oh... Lets talk about being a young stud...

Full contact martial arts. High impact aerobics. Long distance cycling. Heavy weight lifting. Extreme climbing . The list could go on.... And on...

It was great at the time. When I was in my 40's. and into my 50's.

Ultimately, one realizes that your body can only take so much.

I have had 2 joint replacements. Not looking forward to the next one.

Be careful folks...

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So it's time!!

For me to inflict another Dimash video on you For those of you who are tired of the run-of-the-mill stuff.....

Passione composed by Igor Krutoy (at the piano), sung by Dimash Kudaibergen

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Powerful performance, operatic but with the Dimash special touch (Watch it to the end--I dare you ). Absolutely amazing range and voice (but you've heard me say that before).

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I listened....all the way till the end......absolutely chilling.........man o man.....where does he go when he sings like that!
Pure out of body experience! Love it Mel! Way to start the day ...and the words have such great meaning........

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Where’s Modm..........probably got kicked out of the house for eating to much garlic !!!

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OK.....who wants to go for a Harley ride?
Oops! I am a day late!

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Did I type that out loud?

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Good Morning All!

Happy Labor Day!

Sure glad I'm not laboring, or in labor!

You Floridians gonna be okay?

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"Old MACDONALD had a farm
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With a cluck cluck here
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Here a cluck, there a cluck
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A Housecleaner's Lament

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I know more than 4 lines....but when I "sing/song" your poem in my head I heard Old Macdonald
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Shortly we are heading out to take Mila on her first walk outside our home area.....

Hopefully all goes well. Should be a quiet area but will see. She is a bit hard to walk on leash still. But this will help her with some practice
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Where’s Modm..........probably got kicked out of the house for eating to much garlic !!!

Today is Hoss day......went motorcycle riding yesterday so Hoss was pissed because Scott will not buy a sidecar for him.....poor pupper .....gonna go check out the surf today and let Hoss get wet and wild!

It helps to keep the vampires away!


Sidecars for pups....so I looked it up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_RMrNMrbMk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyLw7iYVlo8

Crazy....not sure I could do that.
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Shortly we are heading out to take Mila on her first walk outside our home area.....

Hopefully all goes well. Should be a quiet area but will see. She is a bit hard to walk on leash still. But this will help her with some practice
Is Mila pronounced Meela or Myla?

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It helps to keep the vampires away!


Sidecars for pups....so I looked it up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_RMrNMrbMk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyLw7iYVlo8

Crazy....not sure I could do that.
Loved it!

Couldn't decide on a favorite pet carrier!

Or pet gear, for that matter!
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Or sometimes Iggy (he can be a "Real wild one":

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Why do I like this commercial so much?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQUfsq-0z-s

LMAO

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQUfsq-0z-s

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Is Mila pronounced Meela or Myla?

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Meela I found this: https://www.names.org/n/mila/about#pronunciation

Found meaning of Mila - "gracious, dear" or industrious, hardworking could be Slavic, Russian or number of places:
Latin meaning: Rival; emulating
Greek meaning: Friendly; soft; pleasant
Italian meaning: Derivative: Short for Camilla
Polish meaning: Young ceremonial attendant
Russian meaning: Loved by the people
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These are hard to beat

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Pjl2R_XZ4bo
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This is there new one , I bet MC helped on this one
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Why do I like this commercial so much?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQUfsq-0z-s

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So which one are you?
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This is there new one , I bet MC helped on this one
I think that one is my favorite...so far.
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Cats in the sun


Mel--I love that! I need one for the winter sun through the front window that should be called cats an Dobermans in the sun. But I'm down to only Toad on a full time basis so I guess it would be Toad and cats in the sun...

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