Monday, June 26, 2006

Top Heavy?

The middle of my upper back is KILLING me despite attempts to crack and stretch it. So I learned my muscles have been working crazy over-time to keep my posture straight instead of submitting to my usual slouch because I'm suddenly a little top heavy now. I'll explain why later.

In class, I was readjusting in my seat like a little impatient girl and at work, if one were to walk by my office door and look in, they'd think I was trying to invent new Yoga moves. All just to be comfortable because I sit so much throughout the day.

However, there must be an upside to me being top-heavy. Walking down the hall, I realized my lazy slide had transformed to a much more balanced and graceful stroll. Could it be because I'm a little top heavy and, as a result, no longer drag my feet behind my once heavier @ss?

The pros and cons, I could care less about but PRETTY PUHLEEZZZ somebody crack my back!!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOL, top heavy.... You dont think anyone will be able to figure that out. You crack me up. Love you.

johnny

Anonymous said...

I hope you feel better baby. I hope you read all the replies I wrote.

You will start to feel better in the next few weeks.

Anonymous said...

OH God, you got implants....


I would have, but one of the possible side effects was "loss of sensation" and I just would not risk that....

You are married, no need; you got him....

Hello Daly said...

You are right, there are risks (however low they may be). Having surgery was a heavy consideration for me. We reviewed the risks and complications and made sure we would accept the consequences should anything go wrong. I think I'm lucky to have made this decision jointly because I know I will always have a supportive partner in the path of this elective surgery. =) It was definitely a decision for the both of us!!

Hello Daly said...

On second thought...if I had lost sensation...I think he would've liked the idea that he could play and I wouldn't even know...LOL!!!