No Ecstasy

I’m surprised; I really expected more emotion.

Today I finally got my knee to tolerate the full cycle of motion for pedaling my bike. I kinda knew it was gonna happen, so I had time to put on my peaceful determination. It took a few tries for me to learn how to relax the muscles at the critical point around the top of the stroke, but once I got going I grabbed my helmet and gloves and headed out across the neighborhood.

In the end it was just a little less than a mile. Yes, I could have ridden farther, but I want my knee to adjust gradually, not seize up from over-use. From here on out, though, I think it will be far less pain than walking. Four months and one day after the collision and surgery, I’m back on my wheels — new wheels at that.

Rejoice with me!

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About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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6 Responses to No Ecstasy

  1. Ed Hurst says:

    Yes, indeed. It’s one of those “normal miracles” and I’m thankful for your contribution in the form of that comfrey tincture. It’s almost gone, but so is the the bulk of my trouble.

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  2. forrealone says:

    Wow! Has it actually been that long?! I am so happy for you!

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  3. Jeanette Porell says:

    hallelujah, praise the Lord!

    Sent from Windows Mail

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  4. Jay DiNitto says:

    Nice! I can picture you cycling into the sunset now…

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  5. Ed Hurst says:

    Thanks. This time of year, Jay, with our temperatures, it’s more likely sunrise.

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