Saturday sky, Friday morning drama edition
When I saw this on my way to work yesterday morning (car cam!), I thought we were in for it! There's snow in the weekend forecast, but this made me think that perhaps the timing was a bit off. It turned out to be a "nice" end-of-March spring day -- a bit cold, but mostly sunny. Not bad. There was a similar look to the sky at sunset. For the most part, the sun is shining this morning, too. There's still snow in the forecast. We're supposed to get a few inches tonight. It's all second-hand news. I don't care to watch.
I had big plans today! DH was up a little earlier than I was this morning, and was cooking up a high-powered liver & egg breakfast for himself when I got up -- he has a busy day ahead, too. I don't usually break the fast immediately upon rising, but I accepted his offer -- sometimes when I get involved in the day, I don't stop to eat at all. So, just as he was plating our meal, I bent OVER (rather than DOWN) to pick something off the floor and felt something snap in my back. Damn! Today is the first day of a four-day weekend -- and I have big plans for all FOUR days! I ate my breakfast, took a handful of ibuprofen, got "dressed" (haven't tried washing my face or brushing my teeth yet -- that's next), and have been alternating hot- and cold-packs all morning. Hopefully, I'll be able to salvage something of the weekend.
Yikes, I'm just coming off back issues myself so you have my sympathy. Perhaps some very gentle stretching? Take care, Vicki!
Posted by: Julia | 28 March 2009 at 02:15 PM
Poor baby. I hope the back gets better FAST!
Posted by: kmkat | 28 March 2009 at 07:57 PM
Take care of yourself. Your body is telling you its time to slow down and relax.
Posted by: margene | 29 March 2009 at 01:15 PM
Wondering if the ZUMBA started it all......
Posted by: kathy b | 01 April 2009 at 08:54 AM
Isn't it amazing how one little innocent move can plague the body? For me, the worst time was simply raising my leg onto the edge of the tub. Gah!!
Love the pictures. Rolling clouds, solid sky, dimmed light... luverly.
Posted by: Ann K. | 03 April 2009 at 07:44 AM