I’m on my way to North Carolina today.
(Because I haven’t traveled enough lately …?)
I hate traveling cross country, but I’m sure it will be worth it once I arrive.
After all, I have a son graduating from college!
How is it possible when I’m only 24?
I’m not sure how much time I’ll have and/or when I’ll have Internet access while on this trip.
I’ll probably be sporadic with my blog posts for the next week-ish.
Yesterday, my appointment with Paul Newman was my top priority.
When he works on me regularly, I live with less pain.
(Although, I am always in MORE pain for a day or two after I see him.)
I wish I could take him with me to keep my arm on track when I travel.
Instead, whenever possible, I see him as soon as I return to “undo” whatever I’ve done to myself by traveling/shooting.
My trip to San Francisco was brief and involved more socializing than shooting.
Paul Newman was happy with the status of my arm when he saw me.
My North Carolina trip will be a little more challenging … more luggage, more gear, more shooting, more days ….
But, I’ll try to pace myself.
(I’ve actually scheduled extra days on this trip just for pacing-myself purposes.)
Yesterday was a blur of unpacking, laundry, post-travel chores, pre-travel chores, and then packing all over again.
I’ve been stressing about some aspects of this trip.
I’ve been worried about getting my luggage from my car to the check-in area.
That probably sounds odd,
But, it is really difficult when I can’t carry/lift with my right arm.
(Yes, I’m traveling alone this trip.)
I honestly don’t know how I’m going to do it.
“Little” things can be such difficult obstacles for me.
Sheesh, I’m tired.