I managed to drag out our Christmas celebration all day and into the evening. The last of presents weren’t opened until Sarah got home from work after 9pm. I decided to do another game this year to keep the kids guessing about which present belonged to which person. I think everyone enjoyed all their presents and they’re dreading next year when I come up with a new game (or possibly revise this one! LOL)
After Christmas and in the days following we played alot of games together which made Isaac extremely happy. I’m not fond of board games because they take so long but now there’s some new card games out that replicate the old board games but are much quicker. The kids and I really enjoy these games and we’ve had a lot of fun spending time together.
And finally, I visited my doctor(s) for follow-up visits and they determined that it’s a very good possibility that I have thoracic outlet syndrome in my right arm and want me to go to a vascular surgeon for more testing and diagnosis. I’m not thrilled about this idea – and especially about the other option of pain management. There has to be a better way to live a pain free life. I know I need to get my adrenal fatigue under control and that’s going to be priority number one in the New Year. I’ve been struggling with this for over 10 years and it’s time that I do something to make me feel better.