Holy Moly! I slept the entire night through! Can you believe it???? I got up once during the night to go to the bathroom but for the most part I slept good. But.....(why is there always a BUT there??) when I woke up this morning I was stiff and sore and quite in a lot of pain. Eh, guess we can't have it all right? Can't have it both ways, but I can dream that one day I will wake up without the pain.
Had a weird dream that I didn't have any pain and was running through a huge field chasing a rabbit. I must have been giggling cause hubby nudged me and asked me what I was laughing about, that's when I got up to go to the bathroom. Of course I've been having strange dreams since I have been on all the medications and its pretty normal for me.
Ok, today I am in a pretty good mood, though I have much to do today. Hubby took the truck to bring some boxes home from work, so that some things could be packed as we clean the house. Also, hubby has two of the guys pulling duty for this Friday and sat so that he can be with me during the Mylo. I have to put the 4-wheelers in the newspaper today and that saddens me a bit, cause gee I haven't even gotten to ride it yet and now I have to sell it. Hubby says that we won't need them in KS and it will take any doubt from anyone's mind as to whether I am really in pain by selling it.
Gotta call the real estate agent today and ask a few more questions about selling the house. We are still waiting on hearing from the owner of the JD dealership hubby will be working for and hubby's brother says it won't take long before we know. I've been in this house for the last 11 years, kinda hard to give it up since it was the very first house that hubby and I bought together. But I keep thinking that we are going on to bigger and better things and that helps me through this.
Check this out....hubby says that he will have the house packed up in two days! Are you kidding me??? I can just picture this eeeeeek! I'm nervous and excited about the move all at the same time. Nervous because I don't know what the future will hold as far as our move, but excited to meet new friends and try to adjust to a new place.
Down to my last pack of smokes......getting a little edgy about that, but I know that I can do this and will be using a site that WY has set up for its citizens that wish to quit. Used it once before and I am ready to do this. We need to cut back on some things to make this move possible and I know I can quit smoking for the sake of my health. There is nothing like accomplishing something that is tough to begin with to make a person feel so much better. The only thing I am worried about is gaining all that weight back, but if I eat healthy and try to keep the weight off I know I can do this.
Just a few thoughts I had that I wanted to write down. The service manager feels slighted at hubby's work, because when the old managers sold the store they didn't give him a huge retirement for saving the dealership from going bankrupt and now he has decided that JD is going down because he made them what they are today and he thinks that he needs to prove that the store is doing well because of him. What a jerk eh? I mean come on...your going to run a prosperous business into the ground because you didn't get a cut of the pie? They won't fire him so he is doing what he can to make sure that the store goes under. Two hubby put in his resignation to the manager and he just didn't try to do everything he could to keep him there. Hubby was disappointed in this and is determined to fix our situation before the company goes belly up. Everyone in service is leaving parts ain't far behind and who will be left to mind the store?
Oh well, not our problem any longer, I figure that if you don't have a good team backing you up then there is no way the JD store is going to make money. And with that I am done with my little thoughts for this morning.
Have a great day all my CP'ers and I truly hope that your pain is lessened.
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.