Saturday, April 9, 2016

H is for Headache

     On Thursday, I had a migraine.

     On Thursday night, I was wrestling with my boyfriend and ended up banging the back of my head on his elbow.

     On Friday, I started feeling the symptoms of a minor concussion.

     It's almost Saturday and I don't feel like writing a post at all. 

     Hope everyone is okay.

P.S. I'm okay. It's very minor. But I do have a headache so please keep your voices down. Any screaming kids or barking dogs will be asked to leave.

10 comments:

  1. Please get better... you know the old quandary about ladies and headaches!! ;-)
    AJ at Ouch My Back Hurts

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  2. You can hold this one over on him for a while.

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    1. Me too! Made some small progress but I still have a while to go!

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  4. No one is screaming in my house. Franklin isn't barking. Penelope remains the dog with only one woof. She's still coming out of her shell. She sleeps with me, and today she wagged her tail. She'll probably bark after a while. I hate headaches, and I hope yours goes away soon. No more wrestling, young lady. I might have told you this before, but in Shakespeare's plays, wrestling represents sex. I wrote my major paper for my college Shakespeare class on As You Like It. I found an entire book that was about nothing but sex in that play. I didn't think the sex talk was the most important part. I wonder what an elbow represents, other than something to smack your head on. My son made me very happy this week when he got my grandmother clock running (it turns out my ex-husband lied when he said it was broken; he just didn't want to wind it and wouldn't teach me how to do it). Anyway, it chimes softly. I bet you can't even hear it.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I think I'll have to come stay at your house until my head stops hurting. The upstairs neighbors stomp around so loudly, the neighbors behind us have a screaming baby, and the neighbors to the side of us have a screaming lady every time she "wrestles".

      My wrestling was actual wrestling, which is good, because that would have been much more awkward otherwise.

      Love,
      Rachel

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