Once forgotten muscles are remembered in the most painful way
Scout, our puppy dog.
I had forgotten that such pain existed in some of the most hidden muscles. Ann reintroduced me to those muscles when she proceeded to run me through a common basic training physical training session. What joy, huh?
Maybe if I just stay in shape this time, I won't have to go through the pain of finding my muscles again. That sounds too easy though.
I made it to the VA hospital today. I hurt my shoulder while I was in Afghanistan, but I didn't see a physician while I was there because it wasn't bothering me too much. Well, once I got home and relaxed, I realized that my shoulder bugged me quite more than I first thought. Either way, I went to the VA today and now I have an appointment to go back and my shoulder examined. Along with my ear and I saw a behavior health specialist. Apparently I have PTSD. Who know, huh?
Ann and I also went to get her new military ID made, even though it looks like she got it out of a cracker jack box. If that's how they give them out now, then why in the world did I go to basic training and all that hooplah?
After ID making we went shopping for new school clothes. I'm not sure what I was thinking when I did it, but I applied for an Old Navy credit card and got approved. Now we have an Old Navy credit card even though we hardly ever shop there. I really thought when she said "credit card" I was just thinking it was one of those membership cards where they punch out a little piece every time you spend over $50 or so.
Not so much.
It's bedtime now, though. Such a long day; I'm ready for a nice nap. Who knows what the good Lord has in store for us tomorrow. I guess that's what makes it so exciting.
God is good. All the time.
:: Ben 10:04 PM [+] ::