You should never give up.
In January I couldn't walk for seven days. Last week I walked 14 blocks.
This might not sound like anything special, but I have arthritis, foraminal stenosis, protruding discs and radiculopathy. There are times that my hands are too numb to use a computer.
Every morning I do 12 difficult exercises. From the bridge to more complicated tests of my ability, I persevere. I have traction on the lower part of my body that takes me three days from which to recover.
Neurologists warn me that eventually the foreaminnal stenosis will end me in a chair and that the pain medicine I use now won't work when things evolve.
But in a couple of minutes I'm going to walk out in the sun and look at the different styles of houses that fill my neighborhood, say hello to people who are walking their dogs, and pretend I'm not disabled. It is sure to be a beautiful day