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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