Herself: Finished off a couple of books in my “to read” pile.
WW foods for the day: I ate over it all yesterday with nuts number one.
Purelandmountain.com offers the latest news from Japan on days he isn’t fighting his local flora and fauna.
Cleaning the out garage was triple challenge….add a giant canker sore.
I stayed home from the pool Monday and squeezed in the designer and dentist. Stayed home Tuesday too. Monday I thought it just needed a break. Mid afternoon I had one of those light bulb moments, and instead of taking the second Tramadol I went back to Aleve. Within hours the pain began to fade, and I began to feel human again. By bedtime, I was human. Tuesday I stayed home with my leg elevated reading and doing laundry.
I obviously need a watchdog for medication reactions. As I get older, I’ll get more meds in my morning pile. We can’t count on my own light bulb moments to solve these problems. I’ve called the doc, and we will see what happens.
(Edit): Aleve causes stomach bleeding. Even worse, the prescription version is addictive. My friend Dr. Lee, who died recently, helped invent the drug and firmly admitted that it was addictive. Since I have IBS and have had an ulcer in the past, I am very wary of using Aleve in any dose. Unfortunately, it works.