I am a very independent person, I just found out I need to have my thumb joint replaced, I know it sounds minor, but I have already had 16 surgeries most of them orthopedic. I believe it means being in a cast for 6 weeks, I see the surgeon next week. I am a constant knitter and will have to stop that for a while. Also, I wear leg braces due to bad knees and won't be able to put them on myself. I don't want to wake my husband when I get up early in the morning, so it means I will have to use a wheel chair. I am just so tired of pain.
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