I'm loving getting out & golfing with my fellow "cripples". Please forgive the crass humor ~ it floats about the entire league. One double amputee told me that the upside is that he no longer had to worry about cutting his toenails or drying between his toes. I replied that I no longer had to worry about my handicap I come already supplied. And the dark, cynical humor continued. Ladies, I would have been ROFL except I was strapped in this solo cart. Having said that, the PTs have requested, no demanded I no longer bring the tweedles. They are a distraction for me & I'm not getting the physical exercise I need nor am I enjoying the league like I should. I should be able to golf more than one hole by now except kt & wm begin acting out or complaining. Both PTs told me this was to be my time - period. (Okay, they confronted me as I was leaving.) They are right & the tweedles will no longer join me. The tdocs & other mental health providers, on the other hand, are disappointed; they felt it would be a good bonding experience. Bonding, smonding ~ the tweedles have had many many many opportunities in the past & will have in the future., Just not on the links.