Another Wednesday, another day of crap rolling around in my head.
I think I am seriously losing it. I wore two different flip flops to the Physical Therapist today. One bright pink and the other black. I don't know how it happened, but I didn't even realize it until I sat down and glanced at my feet. How does that happen?
And then I thought I lost my cell phone and was on the verge of a hysterical meltdown, when I found it in my sunglasses case. Wha? Who does that?
Annual lady check today. I'll spare you deets. But for the record, I LOVE my gyn. LOVE HER! She walked in, and I freaked out - she has lost 120 pounds. That's like one whole ME! She looks fantastic and she always treats me like a long lost friend. Gonna check my thyroid to see if there is something jacked that is causing me to be so freaking tired all the time and for these ellbees sneaking back on me.
Also saw the PT today. She worked my chicken wing some more and then put me in the traction machine. Picture the rack that stretches you. It actually felt kinda good and relieved a little bit of the pain down my arm, but it looks like I'll see the orthopod on Monday and she mentioned I should get some pics done and take a look at the disc's.
Getting old sucks. rocks.
'dawg, Sissy, myself and the Shark and her girls all went to see Toy Story 3 last weekend. I bawled. Like a four year old. You have to understand something. Toy Story holds a special place in our family and my heart. Most people know my real last name so I'm not disclosing a huge secret, but the founder of Pixar is Splenda's cousin. The night Toy Story came out, the whole fam damily went to the first showing and about took over the entire theater. It was incredible! My boys loved it, but especially Tuffy. He was 3. He loved Buzz and Woody like no other kid I have seen. It was our go-to movie for years. Toy Story 2, no less of a love affair. So as the story unfolds in the final edition, it was very much a comparison to where my life is now with my sons. Yes, I wept. And I will likely see it several more times in the theater. And for the record, this was the first movie that Sissy sat entirely still for the WHOLE TIME.
Kudos to Ed and the whole Pixar team. You are amazingly talented!
We leave for Trek in a week. I am not ready. Okay, physically yeah, I can pull it off, but have I started putting together equipment and clothing? Nah. Not so much. Need to get on that.
Being on call for work sucks. rocks. I can't do my regular life and that kind of ticks me off. Plus, I'm not all that smart, so it's basically a week of having my self-esteem squashed hour by hour.
Did I mention that getting old suck. rocks?