Doctors, dentists, chiropractors, dermatologists, hair, nails, rehab, lunch with friends......and so on. Rinse and repeat as the shampoo bottle says. Trying to juggle appointments these days - it isn't easy. I need to see the eye doc, but i can't find the time to fit him in....LOL
I think I told you that I joined the gym at the hospital where I did my rehab. I have been going 2-3 times per week; doing the same set of exercises that I did during rehab. The only difference is that now I don't have to keep track of my heart rate and I don't get 2 ekgs while I am there. I was out for two weeks while on vacation, and I started packing on the pounds. I will try hard not to let that happen again.
The chiropractors have helped immensely. For six months, I have had to take 6-8 extra-strength Tylenol per day (I know that isn't good for me) but my back and hip pain required it. After one adjustment from the chiro, I am pain-free for the first time since I got out of the hospital. I have been going to chiropractors and/or osteopaths since I was 18, but none has ever helped as much as these guys have. I am so pleased to be pain-free except for some soreness - but that is to be expected. For locals: it is the office of Crabtree Chiropractic on Lead Mine Road, just north of Glenwood. Maybe they could help you too!
We're waiting for the new love-seat to be delivered. June 11 is the target date, but I am hoping it will be sooner than that. At the moment, my living room is full of my deck furniture. The deck was painted last weekend and almost everything had to be moved inside. It's a bit crowded, to say the least, and it all has to be moved before the furniture delivery. I think one of my grandkids will help with that. God Bless them!!