Feeling decent at this minute

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

I woke up this morning god if you didn't see my face by watching me move you might of thought I was 90 yrs old ..... I was screaming in pain this morning, I MEAN SCREAMING! I went back to bed after son went to school and had to get up at a decent time to see if I'd be able to go see him play hockey and to my surprise I feel pretty decent so I'll be going to see him.
He has so many activities this week I'm just hoping I can attend them all , but he knows if I can't it's cause I'm in A LOT of pain, he even says mom you don't have to come, but he has another hockey game tomorrow and then Saturday he's in a competition for show choir and I can't miss the show choir one, he's going to sing a solo.
So I feel blessed that at this minute I'll be able to watch him play after the way I felt this morning I didn't think that would be possible.
Having a good day of tracking and I'm all dressed with my hair actually DONE!!!!!!!!! w/ make up on and everything!!!!!!!!!!! I haven't done that in a LONG time...
I hope everyone is having a good day it's gorgeous here right now, thank you god!
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    You are doing well and I am sure you will get to what you can to support your son.

    Good luck and a better day tomorrow

    1466 days ago
    Praise be! Enjoy the game!
    1466 days ago
    Hope you have a great day !
    1466 days ago
  • KATRICK528
    Its good to hear that you are feeling alright.
    Your son would understand you not being able to go to absolutely everything.

    I hope you feeling decent lasts for awhile.
    1466 days ago
    So glad you're feeling ok!!! I hate missing my kids' events also.
    As far as makeup and hair done, YES! Hahaha. I rarely get mine done either! I'm glad you feel good enough for that. :o)
    1466 days ago
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