Yesterday as I was heading to my car, I stepped on the porch steps like I normally do. Except for this time I slipped on the almost three inches of ice on them. I fell on my back, right onto the nice pointy steps. I was fine for 5 hours, until my classes were over. I was getting ready to head home when... my back started to hurt. Then, my neck started to hurt. It got worse and worse as the night wore on. I could hardly sleep it hurt so bad. Yes, I know a normal person would have went to the ER, but I don't like going to there unless I need to. So I waited to see how I was in the morning... ungh, no? Owie!
I set up an appt. this morning, and I just got back. I seem to have pulled my neck muscle, like Whiplash, as well as thoroughly bruised my back. But my doc hooked me up. I got a shot and some pills, and he said I should be feeling better in a few hours. We shall see! I hope so.
Stupid crappy ice and snow, how I hate winter. Pretty? Yes. Harazrdous? Plenty! Worth putting up with the hazards for the priveldge of beholding this beauty? Not so much.
A- was driving me home from my appt, and I swear that boy has no common sense sometimes. He wasn't driving slow enough in the slush and we started skidding and hit a telephone pole. We were only going 10mph, and the car wasn't damaged, but geesh.
I hit the seat belt pretty hard, and my knee hit the glove box. At least I'm already medicated. I am so mad, I TOLD him to take it slower. He never listens to my backseat driving advice, and really he should. I am a winter weather driving veteran. He doesn't have as much experience as I do. Of course I have learned the hard way after my first 360 degree skid out one winter... but learn I did. The lesson? Take it slow.
Sorry. Needed to vent!
But we're safe, the car is safe, and that's what matters.
I hate winter and all it's glory.
What's this have to do with infertility? Nothing. Just wanted to rant.
I am still taking my Prometrium. I always feel at a loss for words when I'm in between cycles. I suppose I could rant about the wait, the unknowns, the depression, the loss of optimism... but you have most likely already heard all that from me before. So, instead I offer you... I dunno. Still working on that. Perhaps occasional ramblings will do for now.