And on your next day of feeling decent you will be right back at it again, that is how this cycle goes. I honestly had to laugh when I read your post because that is exactly how I think most of us get things done. We wait for that decent day then we let it rip, knowing we will pay for it either that night or the next day. That has become our way of life on getting matters taken care of I think. Sure does feel good when we do get something accomplished.
Straydog and PALady have it right! That's the only way I can ever get anything done....I have to take advantage of the low-pain days and pay for it later.
It's becoming difficult to get enough
done during the brief periods of low or no pain though. I work part-time from home but don't know how much longer I will be able to do it. I have viaion problems too, which make it doubly hard to work.
Jim, I do understand why you pushed yourself so hard while you were feeling good! I'm sorry for the pain you're feeling now, and wish you a speedy recovery, but I won't tell you "Don't do it again!". We have
to do this sometimes. :(
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