wst february 21. buckets of paint.

buckets of paint.


I need buckets of paint. I want to change the color in my bedroom, my kitchen, my dining room, and maybe my bathroom. I did a lot of research, but I still don’t know exactly what colors I’d use. I have tons of paint chips—maybe too many because it’s making it difficult to come to any decisions.

(As you can see, I’m into neutrals. They promote relaxation. I need some of that.)

It doesn’t even matter if I choose colors, though. With my back pain, I won’t be able to do any of those rooms by myself, and my husband is always “too tired” or “too busy” to help. *eyeroll*

Maybe I’ll just start on my own. Then, if I can’t finish because I’m in pain, he’ll have no choice but to step in and help. Hmm. That’s actually a good plan. Maybe I’ll try that.

 


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Or… I’ll invite this sexy beast over to help me. Paint, I mean. Help me paint!

p.s. — I’m really sick of not being able to do things because of my back pain and my depression and my anxiety. 


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Sandra is a writer, blogger, poet, artist, emotional disaster. She thinks far too much and sleeps far too little. Sandra lives in the Northeastern U.S. but dreams of an oceanfront home in Italy, but she would settle for a non-oceanfront home in Italy, too. She loves books, brutal honesty, coffee, and the color black. She hates insincerity, beer, whipped cream, and facebook. And she is uncomfortable talking about herself in the third person.
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7 Responses to wst february 21. buckets of paint.

  1. thefiftyedit says:

    I may, or may not, have quite a few of these shades in my house. 😉

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  2. Pain medicine for the back pain?
    Hot water bag??

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    • I’ve tried it all. Ice, dry heat, moist heat, pain meds, physical therapy, a few different types of injections. Nothing has helped. The pain used to be confined to the left side of my lower back, but now it’s also on the right… and I think that side is now even worse than the left!

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      • Oh nooo
        Maybe see a doctor asap?
        Since its now on both side!

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        • I’ve seen a few doctors. My primary sent me to a surgical spine specialist even though she didn’t think I was a candidate for surgery. He agreed. He referred me to the pain management doctor. He tried a few different injections in my back, but they didn’t work. At my follow-up appointment, he told me there was nothing more he could do for me.

          I have an appointment scheduled in a couple of weeks to see a third guy. He does a relatively new procedure that has to do with the vertebrae themselves, rather than the nerves. It’s a bit more invasive than the injections, but I think I have to try it because I’m out of options. I have no idea if my health insurance will approve it. If not, I can’t do it.

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