Husband’s Organizational Project

A few weeks ago I tweaked my back doing yard work. I can even remember what it was: those stupid hedge clippers. I do this every year.

While it is painful in many positions, it is especially painful when I sit at the computer so almost all non-essential computing has been eliminated. Also all but basic yard work. And no exercise except upper back and neck release.

I don’t know what to do with myself when I can’t exercise, write or do yard work.

I cleaned out the bathroom cabinets. I threw out a lot of stuff (like scrunchies with dead elastic and squeezed out mini-tubes of toothpaste) but I learned that most medications are good after the expiration date, even up to 15 years.

So, no new Photoshop tricks from me for awhile. But lots of dead pain relievers.

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One Response to Husband’s Organizational Project

  1. My father takes drugs that expired in 1926.

    I throw away drugs that don’t expire for another two months.

    I hope you feel better soon.

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