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Re: Today in the Garden

In a message dated 6/25/06 10:20:08 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

> Ceres, did the photographer put everything back in
> place before he/she left?
> How is your knee doing?

Donna, they did replace everything.   I was just nervous as it was the day 
before, much to do and I hadn't planned on such a lengthy process.
     I am scheduled for surgery July 5.   As I stated sometime ago the dr (s) 
both said they do not repair at my age (due to lack of blood flow to the 
area) but only cleanup the tear but the surgeon who will be doing the job said he 
is hopeful that he can take care of or reduce the pain.   I still can walk 
okay with occasional fall as it gives away but the pain when I am lying is the 

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