I was feeling great today! Better than I’ve felt since spring had arrived, so I cut the tree off of the fence and started to install the ceiling fan and light for this coming weekend when we have the clam boil and Bar-b-q on the rear deck. We’ll have a bunch of folks here...beginning with Vick’s family, Bill, Loraine and Andrew...Jimmy and Maria, Charlie and hopefully Isabelle and Ralph if her back is better. It’s just our way of getting everyone together for fun, and food in the fall, before the harsh winter traps us all indoors.
Vick and I will definitely enjoy this winter more than last... and we certainly enjoyed it more than usual. There will not be any wild snow removal. Just what’s needed to get to the animals and the places we need to reach. After that... spring will be coming.... it'll melt! We’ll just snuggle into our cozy little couch and watch TV until we get bored with that, then I’ll write and Vick will paint. Hopefully the hospice house will be finished and we can have it open and a wood fire going in there to make it cozy as we sell the gift merchandise we’ll have on sale there for hospice.
We’re looking forward to seeing Bill, Loraine and Andrew in just a day or two......and I know they are chomping at the bit to get on the road and get motoring this way.
I opened another URL for Dr. Michael Paster, DC of the SpinalAid Center of Guilderland. We just uploaded his site at http://www.spinalaidguild.com and another site known as http://www.capitalregionchiropractors.com which will point to the original site as soon as folks type “capital region chiropractors” into their search engine to find a chiropractor in the capital region of New York. It should work well. He is the Doctor that did Vicki’s spinal decompression therapy and literally gave her a life back. Prior to the non evasive therapy to help repair the herniated disc in her back, she was out of commission. She couldn’t even sit or sleep on the couch, let alone lay flat in bed. She spent an entire month or more sleeping on her knees and whimpering throughout the night with terrible sciatica pains too. Both Vicki and I strongly advise anyone with lower back pain from disc problems to make an appointment by calling 815/813-7515, in the capital region and asking Mike to evaluate your individual case history and see if he can help you. He only enrolls patients that he feels will respond from the therapy, but he knows once he checks your files and interviews you.