It's aggravating when you can't be lazy like a normal!!!

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   Posted 1/3/2010 10:53 AM (GMT -7)   
This is our last long weekend for quite awhile so thought I would laze around and catch up on movies etc. OH NO, not with a fibro body you don't, not allowed. I start to hurt sitting and laying as much as I do if I'm up working. There is something not fair about that. I want to be a couch potato too sometimes like DH. devil
So I have to get up from my warm cozy spot on the couch and do a little work for awhile to stretch the muscles out whether I want to or not and I don't really want to til tomorrow. Something else fibro has taken from me, laziness. sad
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   Posted 1/3/2010 11:27 AM (GMT -7)   
Yes, but just think of all the things you are getting done, Marlee!  Some day you might be a couch potato because of age and you will be dreaming of these days that you are having now.  I know I'm not looking forward to those days so I'm enjoying the fact that I'm able to get stuff done.  That does make me happy and it really keeps me going.
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   Posted 1/3/2010 6:50 PM (GMT 0)   
Marlee, it does hurt to be lazy, but I like trying sometimes. Yesterday we spent part of the
day watching old movies. You sit too long and you pay for it and I did. You're right, it isn't
fair. Sometimes I think we do things knowing darn well it's going to hurt later just because
we want to be "normal." It is crummy mad especially when you see DH all cozydevil he..heee
When you think about it people who live with chronic pain and illness are mightymites.
It takes alot to live with pain day after day. We truly are strong individuals and have a
right to be proud.wink
Hope we can all get away with doing what we want todayturn
Hugs, Robin
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