A Trickle

Can be corrosive in a gentle, diminuative expression. Pleasant to listen to, waters the earth in some estoric way. Eventually leads to bigger things. Many are drawn to just a trickle out of thirst, aethetics, desperation. To be enjoyed for it's simplicity and frugality.

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old lady with a kid locked inside

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

I Hurt!

Whining is NOT becoming but, I am so whining! I recently joined the gym and, of course, I had to really push myself. I wanted to show myself that I was still able to do what I could when I was in my twenties. Since that was over 20 years ago, my body had another agenda. And, since I didn't listen to that little voice that kept trying to warn me, my muscles decided that they are not going to be happy sleeping all night long. I uuuch and ouch all over my body!

It's after 10pm and I've taken a couple of aspirin and hope this pain in my shoulders is not any kind of permanent damage that I've done to myself. We ate out at a Mexican restaurant hoping to get to bed early. Oh no..............that was not going to happen. We locked the car keys in the car! After the lock smith came and we paid him forty dollars a minute, then we headed home hoping for a reprieve. A hot bath is calling me!

I wish I could write more but my eyelids have decided that they are closing up shop. I need a bath after running two miles but I'm wondering if I could just wait until in the morning.

Falling asleep at the wheel....................................................

kid

6 Comments:

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8:23 PM  
Blogger Harbormaster said...

I feel the pain. If I went to gym right now, it might be the end of me. Definitely in winter mode and not getting out like I should! Keep up the effort...

9:22 PM  
Blogger poetinahat said...

Why does gym have to hurt the most at the beginning? (Later, it still hurts, but it's boring too. That's why I quit, and I got my bike and swimmers out. Now, it's actually getting into the habit.)

I'm embarking into the blogosphere, and thought I'd look up friends. Here's lookin' at you, kid.

(Sorry.)

6:45 PM  
Blogger Leah J. Utas said...

I understand your pain. I started Yoga last week and hurt myself in places I'd forgotten I had.

Hope to see more of your posts.

10:55 AM  
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7:06 AM  
Blogger Saipan Writer said...

Good for you on tackling the gym and doing something positive for your health. I should follow your good example.

I have an aging body. I use the pain in my writing, and the occasional relief from pain, too.

But really, I should go outside and walk. It's a fine day.

7:53 PM  

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