Finally saw an orthopaedic specialist concerning my knee.
It's given out on me a bunch in hockey and softball the past couple of months after I injured it at a concert in June. I'm typically a big, fast guy but I've been slowed by this injury a considerable amount. I have no confidence in it when I'm running/skating.
I have an mri monday, and the doctor is pretty convinced it's a torn acl. As an athlete, I'm not thrilled. Moreover, as a 23-year-old college graduate in a world of debt already, my wallet isn't happy.
Was at Chestnut Ridge yesterday and you guys know that 100 step trail or whatever it was that you walk down and you're in the creek? I slipped down half the stairs and then proceeded to stumble over every log.
All this reddit talk. I dislike reddit because I always find trolls and non-serious hockey talk.
So our closing on the condo was July 31st. It's a cash purchase, and the woman buying it was getting the cash from selling her place, also closing July 31st. Her buyer, however, is a first time home owner, and wrote an excited but nervous not to her sister. Somehow the mortgage company got a copy of said note and is now questioning whether or not that buyer can actually afford it. WTF. The buyer said, "I am really excited but nervous. Is this really going to happen?" so the bank takes that as "Let's re-evaluate all of your paperwork."