5 Thinks I'm Loving Right Now
I got this idea first from Darlene although I have seen others too. I liked the post so here is my list of things I'm loving right now.
1. Power Putty
As I mentioned in my last post I have lost strength in my hand. My son suggested Power Putty so I quickly went and bought some. Here is one of the things it says on the web site about it.
Power Putty is made in five levels of resistance that are color coded for individual strengthening needs. It is used by medical professionals for hand rehabilitation after surgeries, fractures, sprains, stroke recovery, and arthritis. It is also sold in sports, fitness, and massage supply stores to increase hand strength and improve performance.
2. my splint
This is my comfort right now. I have permission to wear it as little or as much as I want. I am wearing it less but I am so not ready to be without it. I have been told more than once I don't need it for sleeping but the thought of doing something to my wrist in my sleep or having my husband bump it seems too real for now. I didn't wear it one night but I kept waking up and finally just put it on. But at home I am beginning to go without it for longer stretches of time.
3. my "older" bike
I am loving this bike right now that doesn't have clips and is letting me get some bike riding in without worrying about the clips just yet.
4. my pro stretch
This allows me to get a much better stretch on my always tight calves than I can do without it. I have been known to throw this into my school bag and take it to work when deemed necessary. (Although more often than not it goes back home without having been used.)
5. my running skirts
I love my comfy running skirts. Love them!
And yes, it was cool enough
for long sleeves!
6. my books
I love all my books. You can never have too many books.
I like to have lots to choose from when it is time to
start a new book which in the summer happens a
lot. Below are many of my already read books.
7. my new running shoes
I am hoping these shoes become my new best friend. They are quite different from what I am used to but they certainly work for my daughter.