Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Seriously? You're Kidding, Right?

All I did was stretch in bed just after I woke up in the morning, and my knee gave out.

I could manage to walk, but my plan to do cardio and upper and lower strength workouts was ruined.

Still, I hobbled over to the gym, and got in the upper-body part of the workout.

Later in the day, my knee was perfectly fine.

Is it just me, or is RA a bit like a two-year-old child throwing random tantrums????


  1. That's EXACTLY how it is, Laurie!

    I'm very proud of you for going to the gym and doing the upper body workout in spite of it, though. Way to go, grrrl!

  2. Yeah it makes absolutely no sense. Why that joint, why at that particular moment and how it can feel fine an hour later.

    CRAZY. No wonder people can't understand us!
    Hope you feel better now!

  3. It's just too bad we can't put it in a time out or give it an old fashioned spanking.

  4. Awesome, you were hurting, but still did a workout. Kickin' RA's ass ... one day at a time.

  5. Hehehe! It's us against a two-year-old, and when you look at it that way, we're going to win, dammit!! (Even though, sometimes, I know it doesn't feel like it...)

    :) L

  6. Yesterday I told my Husband I didn't want to lift the empty cardboard boxes because I was worried I was going to tweak my wrist and then I was worried about carrying said boxes to the shed outside because I might step wrong and hurt my foot or ankle...even I sounded crazy to myself but shortly after, I stood up from my recliner to go to the bathroom and tweaked my ankle. Just by standing up! ARGH...definitely a two-year old maybe even named Murphy for good measure. :-)