Saturday, March 1, 2008


Last Wednesday I noticed a strange sensation in my left hand. My little finger felt numb and my hand didn't feel very strong. I thought that was weird but did not think too much about it at the time because I was playing tennis. After several days of no improvement I asked the older ladies that I play tennis with on Monday what they thought (they have had every ache and pain in the book). They said I probably had a pinched nerve in my elbow, shoulder or neck. So, I went to the chiropractor on Tuesday and then again on Thursday. The Dr. asked if I noticed any improvement and I said that I don't know if it is getting better or if I am just getting used to it. It still feels weird especially first thing in the morning. I might be sleeping on it strangely or it gets worse with no usage. I don't know.

I am a huge 'Lost' fan. It is one of the few shows I am really excited about. I am soooo into all the twists and theories. I think that this is the best season ever. I love to read the recap on the Entertainment Weekly web site and then read all the comments that people have. I spent yesterday afternoon reading through 35 pages of comments. I also read the recap and comments for 'Survivor' and 'American Idol'. Okay, I think that I might have overdone it because my mouse hand kind of aches right now. Do any of you get computer related injuries?

I am leaving for Mississippi this morning for a mission trip to help rebuild the gulf coast area that was hit by hurricane Katrina. This is the third time that I have gone. I am really looking forward to being in Biloxi again. It is amazing to see how God is working there. I hope that my hands aren't going to hold me back at all. Maybe since I won't be near a computer I will be feeling better. I could use a computer break.

Shout out: to my friends Rob and Perity that were married last Saturday. Congratulations!

1 comment:

Tim said...

I dislike the weeks when I have a bunch of papers and reports due (like last week and this coming week)... because that means I'm either sitting in class or sitting at a computer... all day. It sucks, but such is the life of a college student. Lately, I've been trying harder to take regular breaks during writing sessions, with mixed success.

Have fun in Mississippi!