Smiling while I hobble
I’m enjoying my hobbling.
Although, trying to explain that sentence is difficult in Mandarin
Main Entry: 1hob·ble Pronunciation: \ˈhä-bəl\ Function: verb Inflected Form(s): hob·bled; hob·bling \-b(ə-)liŋ\ Etymology: Middle English hoblen; akin to Middle Dutch hobbelen to turn, roll Date: 14th century intransitive verb : to move along unsteadily or with difficulty; especially : to limp along
– from Merriam-Webster dictionary
It’s strange to watch people walking along, turning suddenly, while carrying bags, and talking on the phone – and the whole time stepping over items in their way and walking down a grade … not to mention the horns beeping, cars zooming by, bicycles and motorbikes missing them … or the other pedestrians meandering by.
My knee just suddenly decides to ‘fold’ sometimes. I’d be TERRIFIED to try to walk like 99% of those around me. [giggle]
With that said … my ungainly hobbling around makes me SUPER excited. True, there is quite a bit of pain … but were I dead, there’d be no feeling at all. So, I’ll take the pain any day of the week.
Remember when you get up from the computer the next time, the next step you take is amazing. There are millions of people that wish we could just jump up to grab a quick XXXXXX item and then return to where we were.
Everything is relative.
Stepping off of the soapbox,