Two days in a row completely out of bed now, though my bedtime might be creeping up just a bit each night. Yesterday I was out and about some, meeting my Great Decisions group in the afternoon and rummaging through some charity shops for a cheap but not too icky desk for the back bedroom, and just did a short walk at night to limber up the muscles without pushing them too hard.
Today I got up, maybe just a little less
enthusiastically than the previous two mornings but still feeling good, and took the cats to
the vet for their annual check up and shots. Since I've been hauling
Theo around so much, I had bought a bigger carrier for him, so this was
their first joint visit, and I can assure you that hauling around 35
pounds of cats is a lot of work no matter WHAT has been going on with
one's back. The room has pheromone mist for the cats, but they could
really use a martini dispenser for the humans--or at least free
After their ordeal, I brought the cats back
home, grabbed some lunch, and headed to the pool for some pool
walking. I am pretty sure I got my hour in--I was there close to two
hours, but had to catch up with so many friends that there were lots of
stops and rest periods--and my back doesn't feel it at all. Everything
else, however, is a bit tired, and I had almost convinced myself on the
way home that laying down for a bit because everything BUT my back was
tired was a very different thing than doing it because my back needed
it. When I got home, however,
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