I've always had a hard time with aches and pains in wet weather. My mom says that every time you break a bone you contract a little bit of arthritis in it and that's what causes the aches when the weather changes. I'm not sure if that's a medical fact or a wives tail but it seems to be true. Everything I've ever broken, and I've broken a lot of bones for someone my age, hurts right now. It's not muscle pain or strain it's deep down in the bones. I wish I could call in sick to work, climb in a hot bath, and then go back to bed under a pile of blankets today.
My hands hurt more than anything which sucks because I use a computer all day long at work so my hands are the part of me that I need the most right now. Even worse, tonight is football practice and Tuesday night I was miserable! I haven't found my winter clothes yet in the unpacking process so, despite being able to borrow a blanket for a friend on Tuesday night, I froze my ass off at practice and came home feeling cold all the way to the marrow.
Ok, I know what most of you are thinking right now. Yes, I live in Vegas and yes, most of you would probably give me a whole lot of your minds for calling 64 degrees cold but I'm a desert rat! I love the desert, I love the heat, and for me 64 is butt numbing cold! Piper totally agrees with me too, even all bundled up under her blanket I can see her shivering ... poor little doggy.
P.S. Book update! The book that I wrote is now, finally, available as a paperback. I'm so excited! I can't even begin to describe what it feels like to see something that I wrote sitting on my own bookshelf! If you're interested in reading it and don't have an eBook reader you can get the paperback HERE!
100 oz of water
1 cup of coffee w/creamer
1 Healthy Choice lunch
1 antipasto salad w/pico
2 - 100 calorie snack packs
Daily Caloric Intake: 1077
Jumping in place: while microwaving lunch and at football
Walking: at football, small distances