Okay, the turkey did thaw but of course I was up and down with the puppies all night so I overslept!! Talk about panic! I didn't get the turkey in til 10:00 and 30 minutes later I was reaching around my daughter Mollee, washing the celery sticks when I felt a gripping pain.
The pain got more intense and now I'm doubled over at the sink. Five people in my kitchen and still no one notices me so I cried out. My hubby noticed then and came to my aid.
"What did you do now?"
"OMG who stabbed me in the back with a knife? Is it there? Pull it out, I can't breathe!"
"Gert (that's what he calls me), there is nothing there, what's wrong?"
"Pain! My upper left side...omg...what happened?"
He sits me down in a chair, I'm completely bent over and now I'm crying. Of course this just had to happen on Thanksgiving morning at the start of making dinner.
It's my Rhomboid Muscle, the large muscle that connects your shoulder and shoulder blade to your spine. It's unbelieveably painful!!!!
So our Thanksgiving dinner was made as a family, everyone pitched in and helped. The kitchen looked like a tornado went thru, i supervised hunched over like Quasi Moto, but they pulled it off and dinner was awesome.
I'm still hunched over in pain...icing, moist heat, sports gel and crying. I guess this takes a couple weeks to heal. I feel like such a dumb ass lol who the hell does this much damage to their back washing celery sticks!?!
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