It’s total chaos this morning

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Today has turned into chaos. I had everything planned out, and we were going to be dropping the boys off at Lizze’s parents before high tailing it to the Cleveland Clinic for Gavin’s long afternoon of testing.

Unfortunately, Lizze woke up super early this morning and was in excruciating pain. Nothing is helping, and she’s in so much pain, that she’s sick to her stomach.

There’s no way she can make the trip.



We’re running behind, the house has erupted into chaos, and I’m stressing out cause I hate doing these things alone. I’m very capable, but I don’t like doing them alone. Lizze always has great insight, and with both of us there, we have the bases covered.

I’m not mad at all. I’m just not excited about the way things are going.

It will be Gavin and me at the Cleveland Clinic today. The boys will still go to their grandparents, and Lizze will get to rest without having to worry about anything. Stress makes everything worse for her, so she needs some downtime.

Hopefully, everything will go more smoothly as the day moves forward.

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  • BJW says:

    The weather being rainy is hard on people’s chronic pain. The low pressure allows the fluid in our bodies to expand. I’ve had a LOT of pain in my new knee that I didn’t have the first week, just due to that. Tell Lizze to hang in there!

    • Facebook Profile photo Rob Gorski says:

      I know the barometric pressure is what causes it, but I didn’t know how. I learned something new today, and I love learning new things..

      Thanks, Becky. I hope you feel better and I’ll pass your message along to Lizze.

      • BJW says:

        I found that out 4 mos. ago during my last physical therapy for my other knee. So I learned something new then, and I love learning too!