Xanga transitioned my blog to WordPress even though I didn’t pay for that whole membership thing. I forgot I was premium for life – a big Xanga mistake business wise in my opinion. On average for me it cost less than a dollar a month. Way less. Anyway, not sure if being premium for life made a difference in the transition or not.
So if I can figure out if I can combine these two blogs together . . . eh, screw it. I’ll just have it as a separate identity and hopefully those who survived the move are easy to find.
The small procedure for my hip for bursitis never happened because it turns out the pain was generated from having ZERO cartilage there. The doc had a slideshow up on his computer of my x-rays from August 2012-December 2012-May 2013-today up and it was like a short cartoon of disappearing space between my hip bone and thigh bone. There’s practically nothing there.
I’ve been told to make my peace with running. And I’m so sad.
But the sadness is a bit overwhelmed at the cost and time of a full hip replacement. I’ve been told to delay this procedure as long as possible because although the implants have improved, I’ll outlive them and will have to go through the expense of replacing the replacements maybe once or or even twice over my expected life.
On top of that, my wonderful boyfriend has decided to pick a fight with me over taking up running in the first place. I became emotionally stronger because of running. I saw sights and experienced joys and sadness not found elsewhere. I reached what felt like physically impossible goals. I got yelled at by a drill sergeant when all I wanted to do was stop at 26.0 miles because of the pain. I’m a more rounded person because of running. And I miss it terribly.
I regret not a single step.