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I have walked out to the car for a tip run with my wife no stick and walked back in all okay first time I have left the house without my stick since before the stroke

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:partying_face::partying_face::partying_face:Congratulations @mrfrederickson :clap::clap::clap: you are doing so well, keep them successes coming :partying_face::smile:

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It may have passed by unnoticed but i thought how monumental it was for me having not been out on my own legs since before the stroke.

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Outstanding news, Bravo !!

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Thanks one and all your support means a lot to me my friends

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:partying_face::partying_face::partying_face::partying_face::partying_face::partying_face::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap: fantastic Mark, tou should be very proud of yourself. A great achievement for you.

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Thanks the message to everyone recovering is that the simple things are sometimes the most impactful

It’s not until we step back and put context on that action.

Big hugs mrs5K

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That is so true. The simple things are often the best x

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Absolutely. X

My stroke diary helps me with context

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Well done that’s such great news so happy for you mr@frederickson, you are making great progress, remember to stop and enjoy this moment and think how far you have come, here’s to more successes.

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Well done you , that’s a massive achievement :clap: :clap:. It makes all of that hard work worthwhile.

Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing :+1:.

Regards Sue

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Great achievement well done
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Such a brillant accomplishment. :wink: :hugs:

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Well done mr f. I often forget my stick wnen im going anywhere in a car , which i generally take as a positive,in that i can walk short distances without noticing i havent got it with me. the negative to me is my failing to remember again! Overall i take it as a sign of progress because im doing sonething in the way i previously did, i do keep a spare folding cane in the car though. Which gets a fair bit of use.

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Every journey begins with a single step.
Keep up the progress

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Great tip I’ll pack a spare stick in the car just in case

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