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    new return wee!!

    It was weird I was on all 4's when I was doing push ups and I was thinking about kicking my bad leg all the way back while on all 4's. I first attempted to do this with my right leg (the good one) and it was super hard, and I could barely do it.

    So I tired with my left leg and it was so much easier and I got it perfectly straight. I have no idea what muslces are doing that becuase I can't flex my glute on my left side but I can on my right, nor can I do hamstring curels but I walk on tone with it and yet I was able to do this. Not sure what it means but its new!
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    That sounds great Mr. Coffee, congratulations. I hope for more return down the road for mmany years to come.

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    Great news Do you think 4-AP? And also your hard work anty
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    Many Congrats, Cory!!! You are well on your way to recovery! Keep up the hard work! Speaking of which, isn't it about time you start back with classes? What did you decide about your major/focus? Engineering management? Best of luck in '07 to you.
    Lois

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    Great news Cory
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    Yeeehawwww Cory. If I could I would jump up and down but you know how it is....LOL All that hard work is paying off....
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    Congrats on the continued return and hard work!

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    Yeah baby, all good things. Keep goin balls to the walls.
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    Thanks guys!!

    I'm not sure if it was 4-AP or not but whatever it is I like it. I still take 4-AP 10mg 3 times a day. It has improved my bowel program a ton. Infact today I had a massive bowel movement and didn't even have to digi stim, it just happened, it was the first time that has ever happened.

    Speaking of which, isn't it about time you start back with classes? What did you decide about your major/focus? Engineering management? Best of luck in '07 to you.
    hah yes I start back tuesday! yay.
    I'm going to finish up my degree in Computer Science and minor in Engineering Leadership then hopefully this semester land an internship in state college area and see where it takes me.
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    cooooooool

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