I am able to live my day-to-day life without pain in my back and legs, which I couldn't do before. I can walk and ride a bicycle now.
I am doing better since surgery. My day-to-day life has greatly improved. I am able to put on my socks and shoes without pain now. I stand taller, and I am able to play with my granddaughter. I am able to live my day-to-day life without pain in my back and legs, which I couldn't do before. I can walk and ride a bicycle now. I believe that when I return to work, I will be able to do so without the pain I had before. Thanks to Dr. McCord and his staff!
This year took my middle daughter deer hunting. She never wanted to go before, but this year she wanted to kill one. The first afternoon we heard a lot of movement. She seen one but just for a second. The next weekend I put her in the blind and I went up on top of the ridge. When I got up the tree, I could see the top of her blind, so I told her on the radio where I was and not to shoot that way. About 4:00 there came in a big doe, one just a little smaller and a little one. I watched them to see which way they would go and as luck would have it, they went between us, so I told her they were coming to her, to be ready, then I asked her if she had put the primer on the black powder gun. She said no. I told her to hurry, they would be there in just a second. I watched from 25 feet up the tree as the smoke rolled from the blind. The doe came up past me, and doe about 50 yards from me. I told her she got her. The other two came back up to me, then I shot the bigger of the two, the first time I have ever doubled up on deer hunting, and I have hunted since 1979. I told her to come on up to me. She was there before I got half back down the tree. I pointed out where hers was laying, and before we started to it, she said something is moving down there. I look through my scope and told her it's a small buck, you can take it too, if you want to. She shot it also. She was a very happy hunter. I was very proud of her to see how far she has come since we adopted them. Three girls and a boy all were teenagers.