Because of that, I learned a few things:
McDonald's coffee will freeze almost instantly if you spill it on the ground when it's dark and only 17 degrees.
I don't bounce so good anymore.
There was a time when I could do a good tuck and roll. Apparently, all muscle memory of that process has been lost.
Blueberry Pastry Bread squishes flat as a pancake really easily. Once squished flat, it is no longer suitable for eating. It's a presentation thing and has nothing to do with whether or not it's actually edible.
McDonald's Breakfast Burrito will survive almost any tragedy - unlike Blueberry Pastry Bread.
Walking across uneven surfaces, in the dark, with your hands full, is not the smartest thing you can do when you have lost all tuck and roll muscle memory. (So test your tuck and roll - so you know.)
Tylenol 3 (with codeine) is
You should keep extra Tylenol handy as you work your way through the day. But not Tylenol 3. Save that stuff for later.
Celebrex is good stuff, too. Reduces inflammation.
I am good - and getting better. I am sore - and sudden movements can be an experience.
I had no idea how many times a day I burp. I know now. I never knew what muscles were involved with burping before.
I am afraid I'm going to sneeze before I'm ready.
I'm better today than I was yesterday - and I'll be better yet, tomorrow.
I love you guys. Thank you for your well wishes.