back pain for over a week. Have done too much lifting things, as in bags of yarn, boxes of yarn,
just yarn. Let me explain, I have a stash room (second bedroom) full of stuff, mostly yarn, in boxes, plastic tubs, and bags. Decided to organize *organize*, me? Good grief!
Well, I did some, and now the back is screaming. Tylenol 3 snubbed, Arthritis Tylenol laughed, standing and leaning against the table helped after half an hour. Sleep is great, no problem.
Should I just sleep? NO, I must check the e-mail, check the Facebook, oh, and go to work. Work
might have something to do with some pain to a degree. Sitting all day, working on a keyboard, trying to get the correct information into the record archives, inside the data files. That's hard work, and will cause discomfort sometimes. However, I do love my work, and have always enjoyed going to the office. Occasional getting up to go and fetch coffee or lunch, or water,
is a good thing.
Oh, I was not going to talk about work. Back to whining. No cork needed, since my whining has nothing to do with wine.
This is my solution for the problem, Aleve, which may cause tummy pains, but which is worse?
I realized something this morning, why is my back not in pain when I am in bed? I have a padding with magnetic buttons inside. Well, yeaah, sure. This morning I took one Aleve, found another of those paddings in the linen closet. Put it on my chair and what, I am practically pain free, unless I get up. Is it Aleve or the padding with magnets? Don't know, but I am going sit here all day, even
if I don't have the witch powers to move things around with the wiggle of my nose (I can't do it anyway, even if I was a witch, which I might have been in my previous life, which is another story).
On the reality side (whining isn't my daily topic):
What's up? The Knitting goddess has been my friend for a good part of my weekly events.
There is a shawl, a scarf, a jacket, a freeform thing, another shawl, something that I don't even
know what, hats, and socks, but I am very organized (another "good grief). Organizing is not a word I use lightly.
I was going to add eyes and a nose but decided it was too much work. :-)
Some baby stuff, little jackets and two blankets
Hat that will go to charity
This hat was meant for a friend, but it came out too small. The brim is very loose, too. I have fix it, and then this one goes to charity, as well as
the baby hat here:
I love this shawl, the yarn is size 10 crochet thread, Katie Jaipur, and the colors are amazing.
A scarf for my niece in Argentina:
The yarn, Patons Grace.
Forgot what this was going to be:
Guess who this is! Merlin, of course, isn't he adorable?
Baby surprise Jacket. Pattern from Elizabeth Zimmerman, the knit master.
baby jacket in apple green cotton yarn, somewhere there is a pattern, but where? Here!
Crochet bolero for my grandaughter in Argentina
And finally, some of the plastic tubs that have swallowed some yarn. These and some others are going in the stash room, if I can find a space for them. (wiping tears here)
There has been some serious cabbage cooking too, in my kitchen. Cabbage soup, Cabbage rolls,
Cabbage casserole, and last night a soup with chicken broth, cabbage, ground chicken, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, red onion, and some celery, that was in the back of the fridge, still good, surprise.
I have lunches for two or three weeks now. Of course it's possible I will have something else, too, since I am already getting somewhat tired with cabbage.
I don't really have recipes for my cabbage dishes, I've used my imagination, and googled a few tricks and so on. I am a freestyle cook.
I am also reading a lot these days, Currently P. J. Parrish's Louis Kincaid series.
Of course some others, but these books are my latest fancy.
The first book "Dark of the Moon" came from library as it's not available for Kindle.
Have started it but not even half way thru, yet.
Came across with this post in FaceBook, and thought it was good
Decided that this was enough for one post. Have to go and see if my mess will disappear at least a little bit.