Senior Solo Single Survival

God has always been my caretaker. And my faith has never been challenged. 

I do not consider myself any better than any other human being. I simply know that am very different and rare. I am non-symptomatic of HIV but I am 62 years old and I do have other physical aging challenges.

In May of 2012, I was convinced I needed total right knee replacement. Within twenty-two days after surgery, due to no fault of my own, I received a hair line fracture in the only bone left around my right knee. This was the worst pain I've ever felt in life! Within the eight months that followed, I suffered with every step I took, physical therapy, etc. My life’s peace was shattered. Eight months later, January 2013, that same right knee had to be replaced again. I cannot describe the amount of mental and physical pain. Not complaining just saying

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