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Wednesday, February 07, 2007


See all those little green lights lit up? That's my new modem, and the whole point is that those little green lights ARE all lit up! I got so frustrated for the last weeks looking at the green lights on the old modem going out or blinking, and not having internet access because of it.

I'm keeping my hopes up that this mew modem will do the trick, so far so good! (I stuck a pencil there so you could see just how teeny this thing is too. The old one was much bigger.) If this connection lasts for about a week, then I'll know it's probably okay. The old one would be fine for a bit and then die on me.

Again this week I'm working an extra day (Saturday this time) but at least we now have 2 new hires that we are beggining to train this week. Hopefully by a month or so they'll be trained enough to work on their own and I won't have to work any more extra shifts. I'm so unbelievably effin' TIRED.

I got my test results back from the doc, and at least now I know why the pain is ever present. I have osteoarthritis. Common for people my age and older. In the meantime I've done some research and with arthritis it's the cartilage around the bones that has gone missing/or being depleted, making much pain when the bones rub together. I am looking to try Glucosamine Chondroitin Sulphate..... I know tons of people swear by that stuff and it does help to repair the cartilage. It's either that or I'm on pain meds forever and the ones that help like Ibuprofen, you can't take on a daily basis without screwing up your digestive system. I had proof of that last fall.

Anyway, I bought some Glucosamine on Sunday, and took the first one with food late in the afternoon. A couple of hours later I was so sick!! Turns out the side effects can be nausea, headache, diarreah....... and I got 'em all. So I haven't taken any more until I can find out if there's another product with this stuff in it but that is easier on the system. Wish me luck! If anyone out there takes this stuff or something similar without getting sick, please tell me about it!! Thanks.

It would be nice if I could actually touch my hands behind my back again. My arm/shoulder joints are the most painful. Ouchie.

Well peeps I'd better get ready for work, so have a great day and I'll catch you soon. Take good care of each other!

Love Jude


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