This isn’t me complaining about my shoulder.  This is me telling you how I’m going to fix my shoulder so no one has to ever hear me complain about it.  I am going to start physical therapy on Monday.  I went to the doc and I was diagnosed with “Multidirectional Instability“.  He explained to me what it was, but it sounded like gibberish at that point.  All I know is that it hurts,  I don’t need surgery, and after about a month of physical therapy, I should be feeling better.

As a bonus, the clinic where I will be going for physical therapy 3 times a week is extremely close to my parent’s house.  So if all goes according to plan, I can go do the physical therapy thing, then go visit with my folks, and then go running at the track with my Dad.  The perfect plan.  Perfect I tell you!  Perfect!

Except for one thing…

Beginning in October I am going to be exiled working out of another office for a month.  That office just happens to be on the other side of town.  So it looks like I will be taking a loan out to pay for gas that month.  It’s going to be ugly.  I better start bringing Lean Cuisine to work, or find any other super cheap lunch alternatives.  So if anyone has been dying to take me to lunch in recent memory, I think my October schedule is looking pretty clear! :)

-Dave Q.

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  • My parents used to abandon me a lot as a child. In the morning, they'd take me to my school and then abandon me there, until school got out. Then at night, after they tucked me in bed, they'd abandon me and go to sleep in their own bedroom. Sometimes they'd let me sleep with them in their room, but if I started playing my guitar they'd take me back to my bedroom and abandon me again. Once, they abandoned me for a whole week, at my grandparents' house.