Monday, January 24, 2011

Mother Connie Sez: Didja Miss Me?

Well, here is Mother Connie.  She SEZ her rotator cuff is torn but it has not impaired her ability to put three squares on the table day after day...

 The saying goes, "From sun to sun, woman's work is never done."

That rings true, doesn't it?  Those of us who cook, cook no matter what.  Those of us who are parents, take care of our children, in every case.  And even when someone's rotator cuff behaves badly, there are meals to cook and blog posts to make.  Pass the aspirin, please.

If you have passed by this page and found the same old post day after day, it's because Mother Connie been "indisposed" but it has not prevented her from cooking!  Or delivering the Lincoln Journal Star!  I must admit it has inhibited her sleep time!

When you have been 33 as many times as Mother has, well, muscles and joints may become a bit on the creaky order.  Add to that an injury from a traumatic fall - and all that cooking - and you have the perfect formula for how NOT to get things done.  Particularly when you ALMOST fall again and your rotator cuff rebels in screaming technicolor.
My dear high school pal, Sheila, offered to come and teach me how to be left handed but I guess her travel plans have fallen through.  Meantime, I am becoming more proficient at compensating.  A sense of humor is an advantage, too! 

Oh, there are the endless hot packs, the pile of pillows to get a good night's rest, and all that aspirin.  But the real relief is coming from-you guessed it-The Healing Codes.

It seems to me that my heart knows the truth of why I fell and what I'm to learn from all the drama and aftermath.  Unfortunately I have not been enlightened as yet, so I am performing those Healing Codes FAITHFULLY and with good and steady results.  

Cooking is one of my favorite things.  The Healing Codes are favorites of mine, too.

Is it any wonder I love my life so?

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  1. Connie, of course we missed you! Please heal quickly. :) Perhaps you could dictate your posts and your husband could type for you. Ha ha.

    Rotator cuff sounds like something out of a car engine doesn't it?

  2. It's nice to be missed, you sweetheart, you! Thanks. I could dictate til this shoulder mends but The Normanator cannot type and has an aversion to the computer so I'm on my own! grin

    Rotator cuff DOES sound mechanical, all right. And to surgically repair it would cost about the same as a used Porsche. Maybe I should consult with the Car Talk guys from public radio?

    Thank you so much for coming by and leaving your good energy.

    Mother Connie

  3. Get thee to the Sam's and buy some Glucosomin/Chondritin. I thought I was going to have to get my left meniscus repaired by now. I've been on the G/C for 2 weeks and I'm pain free- there at least. LOL!

  4. I'll take that under consideration, Bodacious One. Thanks for the tip! So glad you are pain free!



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