Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Tangled

Yesterday morning I woke with my neck and spine in a terrible tangle.  Today, I'm headed to the doctors for a crack, followed by lots and lots of doing nothing.

No bakes.  No cooking.  No chores.  Just me, two lazy
pups, and one Lemon Tart Room. 




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  1. I'm sorry, Ivy.
    Never been to a chiropractor - does it really help?

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  2. Hope you feel much better soon

    Ian

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    1. Ya know, chronic stuff. Blah, blah, blah ...

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  3. I hope the doctor is able to get to the bottom of it!!

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    1. It's chronic stuff, but thanks.

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  4. hope the doctor doesn't touch a wrong crack.....

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  5. May the Bone Cruncher's magic fingers do the trick! Oh yeah and fix your back too. Sorry, Dezzy made me say it!

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    1. the Dezzy force be with you, Debs

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    2. Debra: He has two nicknames. One is Bone Crusher and the other one, I can't remember, for some reason. Either way, very good doctor.

      You and Dezzy are terrible :-)

      Dezzy: lolololol.

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    3. he is a bone crasher? Oh, dear, I hope he doesn't have any male patients......

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    4. You are so bad. Does sound painful.

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  6. Take it easy, Ivy. Take care of yourself!

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  7. Hope you feel better soon. Enjoy a day of rest.

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    1. Thanks, I did. Was great.

      How are you feeling?

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  8. Hope the doctor can help. Good luck with the doing nothing, always a great plan. Take care and best wishes!

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    1. Thanks, Tim. Was a nice day of rest. Very peaceful.

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  9. Yep, time to crash in the Lemon Tart room with the pups and a few good shows. Hope you get to feeling better!

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    1. You know how it is with chronic stuff. We have our good days and we have our days when everything hurts more than usual.

      How goes you?

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  10. Oh no! Sorry to hear that Ivy, I do hope they can crack you back into shape with minimal pain. Yes, lots of rest my friend!

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    1. Doc did a good job. And the restful day helped. Thanks, Suzie. I really rested my butt off.

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  11. I hope you're feeling better soon.

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  12. Oh no! I hope the rest helps. I am resting too (lower back).

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    1. Sorry to hear you're having lower back issues. Did you enjoy your resting time?

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  13. Take the day. Backs are tricky things.

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  14. Take it easy and read a book. Or watch a movie. Whichever is more comfortable! Hope you're feeling better soon.

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    1. I wrote, then after that, I watched THE NANNY on DVD and clipped coupons. Super duper relaxing.

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  15. Oh dear... feel better soon.
    I too am have a painful day.
    My whole right side neck and arm is in spasms today.
    Too much fun !
    I say it is cuddle time.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Sorry to read that you're in pain, Parsnip. Spasms are no fun. No fun, indeed.

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  16. You poor thing. Take it easy!

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    1. Thanks, Wendy. How goes you today?

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  17. Get better soon...I miss your boogie boogie!
    Those cupcakes in the last post look positively absolutely divine....
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Thanks, Linda. They can easily be turned gluten-free by using Bob's Red Mills All-Purpose Baking Flour, along with a little xanthan gum.

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  18. How you doing, girl? How was your appointment? Did you get some good rest today? I sure hope so. I know you were in need of it. I'm stopping in finally to say hello. Been a busy day, and I've fallen behind again. Oh well, will try to catch up tomorrow. But I didn't want to end the day without checking up on you. A day of relaxation, two precious pups and a newly-painted lemon tart room? It can't get better than that. I wish you a good night, and a beautiful day tomorrow! And I hope you are feeling much better.

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    1. It went super well. Thanks for asking. Yes, lots and lots of rest. That Lemon Tart Room is amazing. I never knew that one little yellow room, could be so flippin' peaceful.

      Did you make it to the garden place?

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  19. everyone needs a day of nothing

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    1. I agree. It's a wonderful recharge.

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  20. No cooking… no baking… you must really be suffering.
    Maybe you need to bake yourself a new spine!
    I just finished reading a book that had exactly that kind of fantasy… I wish you a speedy fix…

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    1. Thanks. Baking a new spine. If I could do that, I'd be a millionaire. Was a good day of rest though. What book was it? Did you enjoy it? I haven't read fiction in forever, as I've always got my nose in a whole foods, cookery or bake book.

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    2. The book is titled 'The OCEAN at THE END of the LANE, by Neil Gaiman. I bought it Tuesday, midday, and finished it late Wednesday night. A page turner.
      The author is a New York Times Bestseller with lots of novels/movies under his belt. I will confess this is the first I've read of his, it will not be the last.
      Google it - see if it appeals to you. I was captivated. The story moves along at a very steady clip - now wondering what's what, or who's who… definitely my kind of read.

      Glad your feeling better. :)

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    3. Gaiman has been around for a loooong time. Glad you found a book that moves along that you loved. Cool beans.

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  21. Im sorry you don't feel and hope you feel better soon Ivy!

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    1. Thank you. The day of rest was excellent.

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