Sorry to worry you. I have had computer issues-again.
The arm is getting worse rather than better. I am on track on diet, but even being on my feet in the kitchen for 10 minutes sets off a cascade of pain. Last night I took a vicodin on going to bed and it didn't cut the pain enough for me to sleep for an hour.
I love you all and would not willingly be absent from you for a day. This thread gives me some emotional warm fuzzies. Thanks so much.
CW 216 SW 265 GW 130 I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.-Philippians 4:13
Well the computer is fixable but the arm is a bummer. If you can hold onto your patience that should be fixable too. Time to start poking that doctor for better diuretics, pain killers, whatever it takes. A Squeaky wheel will get seen first! Pretend it's your kid in this kind of a state and remember how fast you would have been on the phone to the Mayo Clinic if necessary! Good Luck!
Kathy SW 235.1 CW 207.6 GW 165
Greedily she ingorg'd without restraint, And knew not eating Death Milton, Paradise Lost
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