Its true, I do. I have old people hips, from the pain and reduction in movement, I am guessing somewhere around 70 years of age. So very mature.
I was doing some housework yesterday, I know, I impressed even myself. It was the washing type of housework which involves far too much bending and stretching. I even decided to go and clear out Beboos old clothes as the husband was insistent on dressing her in garments that were far too small!
I am not even sure he notices?
Anyway, after getting most of it done I was starting to feel my back and my did it make me wince. I drugged myself to sleep with gabapentin and some good old painkillers, however neither of these things prepared me for the hips I woke up with this morning.
Of course I have had them before, we, the old hips and I are fairly well acquainted after all.
But still I was not ready to wake up and walk like I had shat myself. I was not nice.
Before all this MS stuff, my hips had never really bothered me that much, aside from being abnormally wide, we got on well.
Needless to say, with all the drugs, resting and bouncing I do, we really do not get on well and they seemed to have aged far beyond my young self. Another lovely gift from the old bastard that is MS.
Getting all these aliments get old fast, the list simply keeps on going, even now when I am trying so hard to push on and keep my moderately sized body going strong. I do hope to be around for many years to come, so I guess me and the old MS will have to struggle on.
By struggle I mean it not me, I fight a good fight see