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Unread 12-01-2012, 01:42 AM   #1
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Default Right there with just about had it

I am so tired of getting the crap kicked out of me by the ABs at my club and to a lesser degree the wheelies at tournaments. I could give excuses of they are half my age, my mind can't react fast enough (which is true,) why do I keep going back? What's the definition of insanity again? I used to be good at this stuff.

Exactly for whom am I trying so hard? I wish my mind and heart would get together.
I've had brain surgery, what's your excuse?
2 brain sugeries (aneurysms) 4 strokes and 5 seizures in the last 9 years.
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Unread 12-01-2012, 09:04 AM   #2
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Insanity is doing the same thing over & over, and expecting different results.

How's that??? Ohhh the trials of getting older. Be well!

Hugs, Lee
recovering alcoholic, sober since 7-29-93;severe depression; 2 open spinal surgeries; severe sciatica since 1986; epidurals; trigger points; myelograms; Rhizotomy; Racz procedure; spinal cord stimulator implant (and later removal); morphine pump trial (didn't work);now inoperable; lumpectomy; radiation; breast cancer survivor; heart attack; fibromyalgia; on disability.

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