I think Dani is right on , straight up love of life is what keeps me going for sure . The 2 years I couldn't walk were the hardest of my life , the women in my life were awesome ! I was walking with a walker at 53 yrs old , they never made me feel like less of a man , they were wonderful . The feeling that life was so worth living was never more evident , volounteering at the animal shelter , now to after my hip replacement surgery I can walk normally again , its so great ! I help take care of my Mom , I just got my first grand child .There is so much that is good and fullfilling to yet expierence and though still have health issues , life is a wonderful , precious thing .The people I've met here who supported me without hesitation , watching my son hold his son , Wow life is GOOD !!! Nice Question ! Mikel
HIV+. meds - epzicom, Kaletra . oxycontin as needed , indothemiacin . hip replacement surgery done !!! Saw the surgeon and I'm really healing great ! Been in physical therapy for almost 2 months now and I can walk pretty well , only going up and down stairs is still a little tough so one step at a time , but that's because of my knee not my hip , but I can walk again , no cane , just me !!