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Well, that has been a crappy weekend

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Over the course of the day on Thursday, my right shoulder got sorer and sorer. By the time I went to bed, I couldn't even touch it. I took a couple of pain pills in an effort to get some sleep. However, every time I tried to roll over, I'd wake up in excruciating pain.

Friday morning, I took another pain pill and spent the day trying not to move my shoulder. Didn't sleep well Friday night.

Yesterday, Grandma came over to help me get dressed so that I could check on Helene's rabbit. Grandma drove me over, helped me and then brought me home. More pain pills were taken and I spent the rest of the day watching movies. I slept better last night, as the pain wasn't as excruciating.

Today I have only taken one pill and I've been able to move my shoulder a bit. I'm currently making my Easter dinner: prime rib, garlic roasted potatoes and steamed broccoli.

I have no idea what I did to my shoulder. My arms were sore after exercising Monday and Tuesday, but when I got up Thursday morning, they weren't feeling too bad. While I did go grocery shopping on Thursday afternoon, none of my bags were super heavy. Anyway, I'll see how it is by Tuesday and if I have to, I'll be phoning the doctor.
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  • AME4IT
    1877 days ago
    You poor thing. I hope it feels better soon!

    You can sleep in the wrong position and throw your back out, maybe it was something like that

    1877 days ago
    1877 days ago
    I hope you're better today... we'll be back relatively early tomorrow so if you got this in time no need to worry about going there today... I will check in with you when I am back.
    1877 days ago
  • LJOYCE55
    Don't you hate it when injuries impact your ability to get things done? Hope you are feeling better soon.
    1877 days ago
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