Yeah, I was thinking of the prostate deal too, but I wasn't sure where the
PC needle was pointing these days.
Ironically, my mom and I were just laughing over the number of times I had
to get stitches. I think it's a given for kids with CP that are (were)
ambulatory. If you shaved my head it would look like a roadmap of Vermont,
I'm sure. Nowadays I guess they just SuperGlue 'em back together.
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From what Joyce tells me, it's a bit worse than that! More like the
prostate deal(Behind over and spread 'em.) I hate that, but now, at my age,
I also am too afraid not to have it. Alex's story reminds me of when I was
his age with terrible balance, I would fall and hit the middle of my
forehead every time.
My folks used to call it my three-point landing(two hands and the forehead).
I lost count of how many times I was sewn up.