Small Stone # 24

Went to Orlando today
to see Mom and a sister.
We had lunch and then
Mom and I went
shopping.  She ended
up having to wait in
a chair while I
scouted around
getting the things
she wanted.
Her back and sciatica
kicked up and she
couldn’t shop.
I was glad I could
help her…it was a good day.

Mindful Writing Challenge Day 24 for Writing Our Way Home:  http://www.writingourwayhome.com/

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  1. … a very good day, I’d say. 🙂
    Nice that you could help out. Sounds like she’s dealing with a lot of pain. Not easy.

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    • Yes, she is dealing with a lot of pain. It did feel good to be there to help her though. She does express her appreciation too.

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  2. You’re turning out to be everyone’s salvation, aren’t you, Gayle? 😉

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  3. Is your sister older than you, Gayle? I commiserate with her on the…I call it my Psychotic nerve” thing as I often have problems one side or the other. It drives me crazy…hence, the label I’ve given it. LOL I hope she feels better soon and so glad you could help her.

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    • It was my mother that I was referring to, Renee. She hurt it doing some pool exercises for her arthritis and ended up with sciatica! Crazy, huh? And I love your name for it…I’ve dealt with it before too and it took weeks to get over. It does make you psychotic! I hurt myself while golfing. 😦 Thanks for the support. It did feel good to be there for her yesterday.

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      • I’m so sorry. Why I thought it was your sister you were talking about I’m not sure. Can I blame it on a senior moment? Just turned 60 in August so I’m thinking it might be that. LOL 🙂

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        • Yes, blame it on a senior moment. I blame most everything these days on menopause! I turned 61 in September so I have those senior moments too…argh! xoxo

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          • You don’t look 61 at all. My kids say I don’t but I certainly feel it. Probably just due to the Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. I do have good days but I wish I had more. 🙂 xoxo

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          • Well, thanks about the looks, Renee. I’ve been “cursed” my whole life with looking younger than my years. When you’re 16 and look 12, not so cool but when you’re 60+ and look…well I don’t know how old I look…but it’s not so bad! I certainly feel older these days…the body sure goes through some interesting changes doesn’t it… Now where did I put my sense of humor about it all?! 😉 xoxo

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  4. Wonderful…We have to give a hand sometimes and think of other persons than ourselfs…We have only eachother!!! I understand that it feels good when you helped your mother!!!:-)

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