WRISTS – After the EMG (shock test,) the results are that I do NOT have carpal tunnel syndrome. Rather, I have tendinopathy, problems with my tendins. So I’ve been trying to rest them and change certain behaviors, such as typing less and NOT wearing wrist braces to bed. I have seen a dramatic improvement.
CURTAINS – Last month, during our shoping extravaganza at the IKEA in Michigan, Jason and I bought curtain panels for the living room. Knowing that installing them would be a time consuming event, we put them off. We spent a perfectly good sunny Saturday inside putting them up, with the help of Paul. Jason likes the way the morning sun goes through them, which you can’t see very well in the pictures above.
NEW HOUSE – With the curtains done, we are getting closer to be completely moved in. Although the garage is not yet functional as it has a lot of boxes scattered about. In fact, my sister gasped when she saw the mess. Oh, well.
MYSTERY WEEKEND – For memorial day, I’m taking Jason on a 4-day mystery weekend. All he knows are the approximate times we will be flying and that he will need a passport. I would tell you where we are going but it’s classified and if I told you, I’d have to kill you and that’s too messy. And I don’t like the sight of blood and carnage.
Note: The destination of the mystery weekend is not necessarily pictured on this photo of the planet earth. It may be or it may not be. That's the thing about mysteries: they are mysterious.