Z threw out her back on Saturday.
Yep…just got tired of it and put it out in the garage with the rest of the trash.
I told her that maybe she should have waited until she got the new one before throwing out the old one…but nope…out it went.
Actually, all kidding aside, she really did do something to her back.
I’ve been warning her to be more careful. Not to take all those risky chances she's so fond of; but she doesn’t listen. She just plows ahead and does crazy things like picking up that bottle of Clorox in the grocery store.
So now someone's paying the price.
But I guess it could be worse.
I mean she could be screaming and moaning A LOT more than she is.
Which would be even more annoying.
So I’m dealing….
I guess we’ve all been there, but you can’t really appreciate it, or understand it, until you are…actually there.
Try watching this relatively youngish person carry out your cocktails like Tim Conway as that 110 year old man.
I mean those ice cubes aren’t going to last forever.
But once I got the tray that attaches to the walker it’s gotten better.
However, the walker doesn’t work on the stairs too well, with or without the tray…even though I argued that it did.
So it takes Z forever to haul those laundry baskets up and down…both flights to the basement.
Every step an agony unto itself.
Just try listening to that all day.
Of course I’m sympathetic and do what I can to help out.
I’m not as critical if she misses a spot when she vacuums or washes the kitchen floor.
I let it slide.
And I didn’t expect her to get all the gardens cleaned out and planted in one day.
But I thought she’d have most of it done by noon on Sunday.
I even gave her a hand.
I’m not sure she would have picked up on that on her own.
You know…because of the tears.
And I told her to skip the lawn this week.
Well, at least the back.
Behind the garage.
So she appreciated that.
I was already down to my last 4 cases, and I don’t usually like it to get below 6.
I even carried most of them into the basement myself.
But, yeah…I guess you could say this weekend’s been a little bit out of whack…just like Z’s back.
At least the Percocet is wearing off.
So there’s less passing out.
But that was only a problem when I was driving…at least for the other drivers.
Anyway, thankfully, Z’s starting to feel better. I can tell because her aim is much more accurate when she throws things at me.
Especially the garden trowel….
So things are slowly getting back to normal…so to speak.
But thanks for caring.
Tough to get old….