April 27th, 2005
|08:24 am - I'm tired|
I've not been getting enough sleep so I'm tired.
I'm really tired about my shoulder and having to deal with the pain and feeling all weak. Granted it's gotten a lot better, but it still wears at me. I went back to the doctor's today and was told that it's an irritated rotator cuff. Nothing seems to be seriously broken or anything as I have full range of motion and good strength. Only if it doesn't get better in 6 weeks should I go back. This is good news and it gives me more time to prepare for my black belt test.
Stocks are still iffy. I bought ASTE. They make equipment for road construction, which seems to be a good time of the year for this as lots of road construction is around the corner. We'll see how it goes. It may require a little waiting on my part.
Note: I went to bed early and didn't even finish this post.
Current Mood: tired
Current Music: CNBC
I'm sorry your shoulder hurts; I know how frustrating stuff like that can be. I had to be on crutches for the first time in my life in the fall, and I seriously was about to just fall over and die. It's extremely wearying constantly fighting against yourself, monitoring every moment to avoid the extra little nuances you never knew were capable of causing so much pain. And, you don't want to whine all the time, but it is almost constantly on your mind. Rough, but generally the worse things hurt the quicker they seem to heal.
Good luck with stocks; my Dad is pretty into them and watches lots of CNBC and such and gets stock magazines. Do you get Bear & Stearns? That seems to be his favourite one. I think it's kind of neat, too. Someday I might venture into stocks if I am brave enough... takes courage and cleverness and good luck, all of which I think a person needs. :)
|Date:||April 27th, 2005 11:52 pm (UTC)|| |
Thanks a lot for the sympathy.
I don't get any stock magazines, but I do subscribe to the Investors Business Daily (IBD). Really great stuff and a fantastic website. It's by a guy named William O'Neil. If you ever want to get into stocks, buy his book, "How To Make Money In The Stock Market." And subscribe to IBD. Best way to go.
Cool. I'd like to try it someday, after I have enough money to get more important things, like a mountain bike or sewing machine. :)