Posted by: annieh | December 19, 2008


Merry Christmas to all achilles sufferers all over the world. 

Particular mention to Dennis for setting up this fantastic community.  A little gift will be coming your way very soon.

Lets not have any accidents over the holiday period (Richard cut back on those tinctures!!!), I will drink a toast everyones health with my christmas dinner

I hope the New Year brings health and happiness to all.  Enjoy the holiday and have a very happy time.

Tis the season to be jolly….








seasons greetings 2u2 Annie. Aussierules

Annie - Merry Christmas to you too, and thanks for your generous contribution.

2008 was tumultous from ALL angles: personal,professional,national,global

I really tried to make the best of it all, and
let’s all hope that 2009 is injury free for all of us. I really don’t want to go through another surgery. :)

I am hoping for less drama for 2009. Less drama, healthier achilles.

A quick note about what I have in mind for the site for 2009:
After I move the site to a dedicated hosting space where I can have full control over the server, I can make the spam filtering better. spam sucks!
I’d like to make the site easier to use. I noticed that there are lots of first time bloggers, (I am a first timer too).
I’d also like to add things like “recommendations” for hospitals, doctors, physical therapists, etc.
Achilles Profile and Marathon trackers have been great features of the website, and I plan to upgrade the community Marathon Tracker too. Any graphic designers out there to help?

Please feel free to make any suggestions, and happy healing! :)

Merry Christmas to you and happy 2009. It will be the year all of us return to normal.

Happy Holidays! NO Injuries in 2009. Cheers!

Happy Christmas to you and thank you for your posts. Walk well, keep well, keep posting.

Merry Christmas Annie… and thanks for the three points. Maybe there will be a new manager wrapped up under the Eastlands tree! On that showing it is the Fizzy Pop League for us both next year…

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