Re: No Martyr Here
I don't blame you, Andy. You probably should put your feet up and wait til the time down the road after you recover from labor. You know how it is, though: often we say things like that and they go and do something anyway.
I'm hurting today from the tv move and shopping. I really ache and have pain all over, so I didn't go to visit my mother-in-law in the nursing home. I got out of that, so all i have to do is make dinner later. And walk my dog.
I took ALL of my pain meds when i got out of bed--it was that bad, but I did take the advice here and got help with the tv--food shopping just got added in. So--I coasting out of the haze of meds I was in this morning and can't take anymore til tomorrow, but it's OK. At least I can now move and get to the table to type, walk the dog, etc.
Hopefully tomorrow will be a better day. I should have expected this. The very minute I start to get active, this miserable disease stops me in my tracks.
That's my complaint for the day.
And Andy--I never knew how rough labor was until my baby nieces had their babies---I got full descriptions and now I understand it better. Rough.