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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

No, Snow!

Tomorrow we are expecting 6 to 10" of snow!  
Gee, can't wait!
As for my Dr. appointment, I have
agitated arthritis.  Or is it aggravated!?
Either way, eventually it should stop hurting.
He gave me a steroid shot, right in the joint!
OUCH!  
Maybe tomorrow I'll go stick my bare foot
in the snow. 

15 comments:

Catherine said...

Oh my - that is a lot of snow! I'm glad that there is hope for your pain to go away! Woohoo!
xo Catherine

Lesa said...

I'm a new follower and just wanted to say hey and that your blog is beautiful! Just gorgeous! I'm hoping your foot pain eases soon. I'll tell my hubby about your idea of sticking your foot in the snow. We don't have that in SW Florida, but I'm thinking there's a big cooler down at the barn.

Pam~Simply Nordic said...

Wow, lot's of snow your way! I'll bet a little snow on your foot may take your mind off the shot! Get well soon! xo Pam

wendy said...

I'm hoping we get the snow, we really haven't had any this winter, and Claire wants to make a snowman!

nancy said...

I think all the snow should fall at Wendy's house.

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Well stay warm and be careful while you are out there building a snowman! Hope you joints will feel better soon. Stay warm!

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Well stay warm and be careful while you are out there building a snowman! Hope you joints will feel better soon. Stay warm!

kathy said...

STILL snowing and blowing here. Only six of us made it in to work today - and FIVE of the six, including me, are Grandmothers!!! The two younger guys chickened out along with seven younger women. Hope your foot is feeling better everyday now. You've been in pain long enough! Love, Kathy
See you at Nancy's :)

Pearl said...

Sorry to hear about the Arthritis it can be so painful. I will pray you heal quickly as far as walking. Are you walking yet? Enjoy that snow and build a snow man with Wendy and Claire? :)

Anne said...

Oh, Sweetie, I hope the shot helps (the ones I have had, did! ♥) and that you don't get too much snow! I would actually like to have a little bit! ...Thank you so much for visiting me as always, my Dear, and for all your sweet comments!
Hugs,
Anne

Jayne said...

Stay safe up there Laurie! Hope the injection does the trick and that you are feeling 100% soon!

Terri's ThreadArt said...

Hi Laurie ! I'm so sorry to hear that! Goggle a food plan that takes away inflammation. Make sure they check you for celiac, this is one of the symptoms and most people don't know they have it. I'll be praying for you!!!! Sending lots of love your way!

Lesa said...

Hey again! I hope you're feeling better? Thanks for your comment about the chocolates. You can go to Norman Love's website with the live link on my post. Honestly, I don't work for him! LOL!

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Just checking in to say hello and to see if you are in an igloo or warm and toasty! Have a great weekend!

Zuzu said...

Hope you're feeling better by now, Laurie.
It has been such a mild winter here. Enjoy the snow!
Hugs,
Zuzu