I am thankful today for movement. In February 2004, while vacationing in Montana, I had the misfortune to fall on ice and snow and break my leg. It was a serious break in 4 places to both my tibia and my fibula. I had surgery, with a rod and screws placed into the bones,in Kalispell, Montana and then flew home. I was non-weight bearing for the next three months. I found out what it was like to lose my movement. And it was terrible. I spent four months in therapy to be able to stand and walk again. I still have a rod in the fibula but all the screws have been removed. My right leg hurts when it gets cold. And I still have a bit of a limp. More noticeable when I am tired. I am grateful to the doctors in Kalispell and to my wonderful Doctor and therapists here in Hutchinson, Kansas.