Mxrdad wrote:carlson1 wrote:WTR wrote:Do to my left side being paralyzed due to stroke, my left side had very poor circulation and my foot was usually purple. I found Crocs made for diabetic feet and diabetic socks to be a great aid in healing when I injured my left foot. When you get out of a cast this may help. Also you should send me those offendinf .4 ACP rounds for proper disposal.......hope you heal quickly and well. Oh, Crocs look like heck but they feel like a cloud.
Yes I have diabetic shoes and socks already because of the neuropathy. I have tried to find Crocs in the past, but my foot is 14 1/2 EEE. If you find some please let me know where.Mxrdad wrote:Does that qualify shooting yourself in the foot? Sorry man, just trying to lighten it up a little. Heal quickly. I broke my foot when I was 45 years old and that rascal still swells up if I walk a lot and is sore. Hope you get a full recovery.
My wife has the same opinion along with a very sweet, "grow up" on the end of that.
Uh-Oh,I hope I didnt offend you. I've tried reading it several times and not sure what your saying.
No way! You didn't offend me at all. We are still laughing how stupid this injury is. We just came home and she was moving that box and I forgot that not only did I have 1,000 rounds of .45, but I had 750 rounds of 9mm. She asked me, "now that the election worked out do we still need all of these." I told her it just meant more time at the range for me and more time at Sam Moon's.