What's with the knee hurting? I haven't done anything to that knee that would make it want to treat me this way. At least, not in almost 40 years. (Minor car accident in 1978; hit knee on gear stick.) I've thought about this a lot; and I have developed a theory that any place that was hurt or damaged in some way in my youth WILL exhibit arthritis in my older age. That's the only explanation I can come up with.
|Yeah, I know! But lately it's not using very nice language.|
It was raised better than that!
You know, this feels like a huge betrayal to me. I'd break up with my body ................ but I'm not a quitter. We're in this together for life. But if we could only just learn to be happy as we grow old together.
I found this site How Can I Love My Body When it Continues to Betray Me? It made some very valid points -- like my body is doing the best it can do and how I need to look for things about my body that I can love and really shift the focus on what it does well. Okay: here goes.
I AM SO FREAKING BEAUTIFUL!