Down but not out!!!!!!

Today while putting some laundry way in the bedroom I threw my back out. I  simply hung up a T-shirt in the closet and that was it. I was on my knees and down for the count, this has happened in the past and I do see a Chiropractor one a month for up keep.  Now it will be off to the Chiropractor to slowly get better. I will be off work but at this point not sure for how long. I do know there will be no lifting, house work or sudden anything with movements. Hmmm radio does not require any of that!!! So it looks like here at VE3WDM part of the healing will be radio and rest....:)
Mike Weir, VE9KK, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Brunswick, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Down but not out!!!!!!”

  • Omer Fournier AD7DY:

    Yikes! Nothing worse than the back going out. Hope that you get better very soon. From now on, fold them shirts and put ’em in a drawer!!

    73,

    Omer, AD7DY

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Good evening Omar, I hear you for sure and the T shirts are now being put away by Julie until further notice.

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