Well like I said my back is killing me, its interferring with my sleep and movement right now, and I had a killer migraine the last 2 days, and I do mean killer - but other than that Im good. My daughter and her boyfriend dropped by yesterday, otherwise it was a quiet weekend at home.
I didnt have Thanksgiving, I live in Canada, we have ours in October...Im already stressing out about Christmas...LOL!
I can relate to that. A few weeks ago we drove to my mother in laws, 4 hrs there, stayed one day, and drove 4 hrs back. My back was killing me, but my guy makes a fuss when I ask him to rub my back. It has been really bothering me lately, especially where I broke my vertibrae. You are gonna be sore tomorrow.
Please post your pics.
Well it was obviously good for you to get away, aside from the back pain, you were able to get some fresh air, see some beautiful scenery, and talk openly with each other...sort of makes up for the pain.
Looking forward to seeing the photos!
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