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Old 04-26-2008, 10:40 AM   #27
liz (di-va)
 
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The hardest physical situation on earth for me is a cocktail party. Standing around (because of back probs, etc.) is really really hard, harder than walking, even. Cocktail parties, museums, some rock shows. Not every one's like this--at all--but just throwing it out there as a possible minefield. This fact, and the lack of ways to accomodate the problem (i.e., no easy ways to sit down), interfere with my socializing more than almost anything! Since I don't usually get invited to run marathons.
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