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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Bed Day Helped ...

but not as much as I was hoping it would. I still have that area of pain in my lower back, along with the muscle spasms etc. I can move around a bit more without the sharp shooting pains, instead I get a twinge or nothing at all. So that is improvement, but it means I will have to spend another day in bed. I wish I had a lap top.

That's it for me, just wanted to hop in and let you know I am getting better, just slowly.


  1. Well, maybe your wishing will come true! :P *snickers* Love you <3

  2. I love you too sweetie! And who knows, maybe a little birdie will bring me a laptop. *snickers*


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