Trucks and Chiropractors

by Josée

After receiving an order from my physician to rest, eat and get some help, I’ve been doing just that. My parents-in-law have been so wonderful in helping me out this past week. I am so grateful to them. I have been feeling a little better this week and that makes me hopeful that if I continue down this path things will eventually return to some sort of normal.

While it has been a time a relaxation and recuperation we have had a couple adventures this week. One was an adventure to the chiropractors. My neck, lower back, shoulders, elbows, wrist… most everything has been feeling sore so I decided, after some encouragement, to visit the chiropractor for the first time. I wasn’t sure what to expect and was nervous about going.

Wait, I’m pretty much nervous about everything these days so I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised that I was nervous about the chiropractor. But, I went and discovered that all those things I mentioned above were quite out of alignment. After my first visit I felt better, not completely better, but better enough to admit that it helped to get prodded by a chiropractor.

Our second adventure was much more fun. We went to an event hosted by our local library called ‘Touch a Truck’. Various trucks were parked outside for little ones to look at and touch. Monkey was very excited to see these big trucks up close, even Sweetpea enjoyed it. It was a lot of fun even if the crowds made me feel jumpy.

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Cristina April 28, 2012 - 5:21 am

Congratulations on your first chiro appointment. D and I have been going for a few months and its changed our lives. I'm running again, and D can eat veggies again (who knew spinal nerves effected digestion?). Glad you're feeling slightly more like your old self. We're praying for you all!

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Chelsea Rae April 30, 2012 - 4:52 pm

Wow, that looks like SO much fun! My kids would have loved something like that!!

Good job on the chiro! I was a huge skeptic but ours has made a huge difference in Alex.

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