Sometimes you have to take it easy7:33 PM
I will tell you right now that I can't sit still.
The worst thing you can do to me, is to tell me to sit down, take it easy, and not worry about housework or cooking or cleaning. I have the hardest time with this, to the point where I'm sitting down and almost want to panic because I feel so guilty of doing nothing LOL
Crazy isn't it?
Well I was forced to sit back and relax today.
Two days ago, I cleaned out and reorganized the storage shed. I don't recall hurting myself, I don't recall bumping or pinching or anything. But, the truth is that for the past two days since I did that cleaning, my right hand has really been hurting me.
I have a bit of a bruise on the palm of the hand, right under my index finger bone and anytime I try to grab something, any amount of pressure on that bone/area hurts. It's started radiating to my whole hand and wrist area. I know it's not broken but I'm not sure what I did.
Anyway, long story short, I have been yelled at by my family to stop, to take it easy, to NOT do anything with this hand. Ugh! Struggle, I tell you LOL
But I've been trying really hard to take it easy today. So here's just a little peek at what my Saturday consisted of.
::::: first thing this morning, I got beef in the dehydrator for some beef jerky
:::: typical weekend around here, there's kindle reading, snuggling with crochet goodies, games etc
:::: sat outside and enjoyed the blue skies, green leaves and water drops flying from the sprinkler
:::: still enjoying pretty flowers inside
:::: after lunch trip to the library, and these are my finds.
Jane Austen and her World by Marghanita Laski
Out of this world - A woman's life among the Amish by Mary Swander
I was Jane Austen's best friend by Cora Harrison
Pies and Prejudice by Heather Vogel Frederick
The Goodbye Season by Marian Hale
Book of a Thousand Days by Marian Hale
The Man who Loved Pride and Prejudice by Abigail Reynolds
:::: After returning home, I was ordered, and yes I mean ORDERED to the living room, to the couch and told to not get up. My wonderful husband and daughter fixed dinner.
::::They made spaghetti, they made garlic bread and salad, and it was soooooo good.
My hand is still kind of throbbing. I'm wondering if I didn't pull a muscle somehow.
Funny though, it doesn't hurt to type, only if I put pressure on it. Oh well, I'm sure it will be well soon :)
Just to let you know, starting Monday, I'll be back to my daily photo posts. I sure have missed those :)
I'm off to read a little, watch some TV with the family and maybe get an early night's sleep.