Monday, August 24, 2009


Question for you: My friends are trying to talk me into going to a chiropractor for my hip. Your opinion? Chiropractor: thumbs up or down?

Weather outside: It's been chilly for the summer
What hurts: Arm near tricep, hip a little bit
What I want to eat: Less. I reall want to loose the "stress eating weight"
What I'm wearing: Work clothes- black pants, cute green top, one sock; still working on getting dressed
What I'm crafting: Daffodil Design blanket and Mockery Socks
What I'm watching: Last night I watched Homeland Security, which is always suprisingly interesting, and Shark Tank, which was also better than I expected.
What I'm thankful for: Having a job I like
Best thing that happened this weekend: Spent time hanging out with friends
Worst thing that happened this weekend: Could barely sleep. Spent most of the nights awake
What I'm most looking forward to this week: Probably skating, nothing real excited planned
What I'm least looking forward to this week: I have TWO computer trainings this week.
Last thing I bought: A drying rack, so we don't have to hang things everywhere in the laundry room
Something I want to buy: A car wash type bucket; I'm insane and am using shower water to flush the toilet, but realized if I get a second bucket I can do the same thing with dehumidifier water.
A link to share: An excellent "beach read" type book The Second Date


SuzyQ01 said...

Silly question for me....ABSOLUTELY - go see a chiropractor. If you want to see a really, really good one come on over to Davenport to see my hubby :) Chiropractic has worked for me and I feel better than I have in years. If you have ANY questions, please call and you can pick Randy's brain - he won't mind a bit

Brad & Kimber said...

So I have never been much into the whole chiropractor thing but a couple of years ago when I lived in Dallas I ended up having two close friends who's husband's were both chiropractors. THey were definitly not the type of people I would consider "quacks" I actually was over at my friends place once and they convinced me to let him adjust me. He told me that my hips were WAY out of line. I just kind of thought "yeah right" He did this movement to my hips a few times and I felt nothing and just thought it wasn't working. HOLY COW! The next day my hips were so sore 9in a good way) I had no idea he actually did anything but apparently it worked. I would say go for it!

Lisa said...

Yes, it's worth a try. My hip hurts when my neck gets out of whack, so I have to be adjusted from top to bottom. It doesn't help that one leg is shorter than the other.

Just make sure you ask around to find a good one.