|This necklace could make me happier...found here|
Yesterday I cried, I have not really all out wailed yet but tears welled up for 2 reasons while I was driving out of the Chick-fil-a parking lot. ( Remember I don't have a kitchen, yet) One, I am in pain, and two, it has been cold here in South Jersey and the temperature change specifically on my boobs is almost like the worst purple nurple titty twister you have ever felt. I needed comfort food so I ate a chicken sandwich, coleslaw, waffle fries and a sweet iced tea. It did not relieve the shooting nerve pains but it made me feel better temporarily. I have been eating really good up until this point, but I am not a perfect eater by any stretch of the imagination. I love salad, veggies, yogurt with honey drizzled on it topped with wheatgerm, low salt Ritz crackers with a stick of string cheese, crispy apples, green tea with honey and raw sugar, whole wheat toast with bananas and honey, scoop of peanut butter with crackers, pretzels, blue corn tostito chips, chicken, and scrambled eggs with pepper and whole wheat toast. Not a bad diet, but I need to exercise and I can't right now until this pain subsides.
Bingo with the Seniors went really well the other night but I found out that unless I am on workman's comp., I can't work light duty which means I can't work for another week until I can actually push people in wheelchairs. I have to thank God himself for the phone call I received from my boss before my shift yesterday to let me know because I was lying in bed when the phone rang, in pain, trying to rest before my shift, it was her telling me not to come in until I can do full duty. Yesterday was actually 2 weeks since the surgery and I am not up for much of anything. I went to bed early with a heating pad on my chest to keep the girls warm. I called my docs office and had them fax me a note to keep me out for another week. While on the phone with Lauren, a sweet girl who works in the doc's office, I told her about the pain and she told me that she had the same procedure done about 5 years ago and she remembers the shooting nerve pains which means they are healing and alive. She told me that it is an energy zapper when you are in constant pain....I agree. Life goes on and in about 2 more weeks I should be about 90% better. Thanks for listening. I am making my way to your blog, although, some people with google plus I can't access. Please leave me a comment on what to do about this as I would love to visit and comment. Until then, muscle relaxers, heating pad, hot green tea with honey and rest. dawn xo