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Monday, November 9, 2009

Sometimes things just don't work out

I was hoping I could do the post once a day thing but fate decided "HA HA nope! You want it, you can't have it!". I'm fairly used to this because too many times when I set up to do something, I can't get it done. Though it does still bother me, just not as much as it did the first couple of years.

Anyway, I was in the laundry room Saturday to do some laundry (what else would you do in the laundry room right?? HA! I can't think of a few things with the spin cycle...nevermind I'm just being weird LOL) and silly me tripped over a towel and fell hard on my left side. This put me in bed all day Sunday due to pain. Today the pain is still high but not as bad, though the lovely tropical storm Ida has added the usual deep throbbing ache I get when it rains (which it is copiously doing now).

What I am happy about:

My son is doing well with homeschooling
My niece is being really cute as usual and loves me a lot (I got cuddle time today!! YAY!!)

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