A question to you all, it seems well known that surgical metalwork is a great way of detecting changes in the weather most people will tell you it hurts when the weather turns cold.
I have challenged many people that have said this is true and, so far, nobody has come up with a sensible answer! The metal cannot conduct the cold into the bone because it can only ever be body temperature after its inserted, the same challenge applies to the argument of expansion and contraction interfering with nerves. Whilst I am good at defeating the crazy assumption that metalwork can sense temperature change I have actually hit a snag, they really hurt!
Now my current argument is that, when you look at the X-rays and the pictures and the state of them, they should hurt and this is just pain but it would be good to have an answer if one exists. I have no real issue with the pain just hate not understanding how it can happen!
The note to myself is pertinent this time of year, since the blog is my online diary I should include it here for reference. The place pictured below is known to many of you and has a special status for me after the accident, this picture shows the walk I will have as my Boxing Day or New Year’s Day stroll, haven’t made it this year but the one thing I am not is a quitter! It was looking really close this year and then, to be fair, really distant but I’m determined and I will achieve it. And yes Andrew that means an R&R location for you!