Memoire - May 31st, 2016 -

The Pen Tue, 05/31/2016 - 19:43
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A briefer one at that...but nonetheless home from work with an apparent strain/sprain of my sternocleidomastoid, trapezious muscles with spasms as well. For 3-4 weeks I've been running, walking, lifting weights, doing jumping jacks, pushups, core routines and yet I manage to injure myself cutting a 1/2 inch tree branch with 12-inch pruning sheers. I have been seized up since last night and am unable to turn my head enough to manage driving on my own. Missing a day of work to manage an injury, one that somehow brings me to my knees if I happen to turn my head in haste, is depressing. Yet I can see how proper rest and nurture of the injury can allow for 'getting back in the ring' as quickly as hopeful for.

Any other point in my last 10+ years of life would have me indifferent to such an injury, yet now that I've been pursuing a greater physical fitness it is deeply frustrating to realize you have to calm down the up-play in order to play it up again. I suppose I can still keep my cardiovascular routine in walking, rather that there is always something to be thankful for. However, injury is not something I care to make time for, but will have to.

So in conclusion, at least I am not so far from resuming what has been temporarily halted. I am trying to look forward instead of focusing on that which has set me back. I'm hopeful to have found a drive prior to injury, as at very least I can expect recovery instead of accepting it as something to always reach for...as if a victim rather than resilient.

Peace and Love always.

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I've strained that muscle (and similar muscles close by) by overdoing situps or pressing my head into the wind for long hours on my motorcycle. It's very painful. My condolences. For me, it heals pretty fast, though.

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