Scarred is fine CP...just doing my thing trying to get through another day of pain and horrid shoot pain down the legs. I blew up earlier at hubby feeling useless in all this moving business and he told me don't worry about
it things will work out fine. This move really has us both at odds about
how to do things and we still don't know where are going so things are a little topsy tervy at my house right now. Oh well, I will get through this like I do everything else in my life right? Hubby told me he just doesn't know how I do it....I asked what and he said live with all your pain all day long. I told him that I just try to get through the day and hope the next day will be brighter.
On a more personal note; hubby is crabby trying to quit chewing and I am trying to quit smoking (down to my last 4 cigs) so things around here are a little tense from that. But like everything else that has happened in our marriage we will get through this too, just gotta stick together on things. Wound up cords on the desktop computer and hubby packed my desktop up so that is out of the way and done. CP sometimes mine just has to blow off steam as well and they are planning a party for him when he is done with his old job. For now we still as I have said before don't know where we are going and are trying to figure that out as well. Its down to either we are staying in WY in which case we will still sell the house and either move to Lovell (14 miles to the east of us) or to Powell where hubby is currently employed or we will head for KS but that is still in the air and really don't know what the boss has planned for that.
VR is one way that I am able to escape my pain and when we had the VR hot tub party PA came up with a plan to do a beach bash, which I love her for. Escaping from our pain is in all of our minds and each one of us tries to do this one way or another with games, hot tub parties that don't really exist or beach parties. So CP join in the fun....I got Remi, Shadow and Jazz at the beach throwing the ball for them and Shadow my black lab has taken a liking to Tucker so those two are out swimming around the waters.
Your friend in pain.....
P.S. I am so glad that you are having a good day. Its the best news I have heard all week
HEALTH ISSUES: Herniated discs at S-1-L5, L5-L4, L4-L3. Two level fusion (2000); one level fusion (2002); Revision at L4-L3 (2003). Diagnosed with Failed Back Syndrome, Permanent Nerve damage and Chronic Pain
Kadian, Lexipro, Percocet, Temazapim, Lunista, and Robaxin.