This was my view from the therapy table in the office of my Chiropractor, Dr Wright.
I needed Dr Wright to set me RIGHT because I did something really inane and stupid.
It really doesn’t take much to send things out of whack with my back.
Something as simple as a sneeze, or getting out of bed wrong, or something like….
Getting ready for a shower, disrobing, standing on one foot to pull off a sock…losing my balance, correcting myself automatically to retain my balance..and wrenching my lower back in the process.
What a dinglehead!
I thought it was muscular. But it wasn’t getting any better. After a couple of nights of not being able to roll over in bed without catching my breath –I made an appointment.
I’m having to take it easy. ME? EASY!? DDoesn'the know I’ve got a Cyber Sale going on, and there are book orders to get out the door?
I’m working this in shifts---in between icing down and resting. Bear with me. I’ll get them out as quickly as possible.
He wants to see me again in a few days.
But before going, I did do this 5 minute power-purge:
This is the antique ice box in my kitchen.
These are my treasured cook books in the ice box in my kitchen.
These are my treasured cook books in the icebox in my kitchen after I straightened and culled some.
I love the ones that church groups, schools and quilt guilds put together out of tried and true recipes turned in my members. Those are ALWAYS the best, aren’t they?
Maybe while I’m down on the couch with that ice pack…I’ll thumb through some more and see what catches my eye that I haven’t made in a while.
Do you find yourself still using cook books? Like to thumb through them? Or are you mostly looking online for recipes anymore.
If I know what I want, and know where to find it, I’ll go to my cookbooks.
If I’m just browsing, I’ll often pick an ingredient and google it along with recipes and see what comes up.
What have you 5 minute power-purged lately?
I spy the last border!
But I’ll have to wait until tomorrow to finish it.
Back to the couch ---