Archive for August, 2009

Sadly Saturday was not a sleep in day.  We had to get things moving bright and early, so clearly a sunrise java run was in the cards. 


After meeting with our (now confirmed) wedding photographer we hit up the 23rd St/7th Ave Whole Foods.  It was only 11, but Kyle signed us BOTH up for a joint training session with his trainer at 2 pm and I needed to give my tummy digesting time.


Whole Foods’ Mediterranean hot bar was calling to me in a MAYJ way!  Oh how I love falafel!  I had the entire pita with a couple of fried balls 😉


Do you SEE the ridic volume of hummus in that bin?  It was the perfect consistency so I went a ‘lil overboard.  Thick like buttah!

I was feeling the Mediterranean chow, as if THAT’S new?  But ended up eating WAY more than I wanted to pre-gym.  This is one of the reasons I can’t commit to a certain time of gym action.  How do I know if my stomach will be cooperating?  How do I know if I will have energy at the scheduled training time?  I was definitely uncomfortable with the change (and probably not the most graceful in coping with it – sorry Kyle!).  But I had limited options. 

Either I had to eat earlier than I wanted, despite my lack of hunger, to digest my lunch in time, or not eat at all before exercising, and risk having zero energy. Well, since improper fueling is NOT my thang, I ended up going with the first option, and was miserable the entire workout. 

It was important to me to NOT look like a pansy in front of Kyle’s trainer, so I wanted to have high energy for his military-meets-Jillian routines…but UNFORTUNATELY that backfired and I felt full and slow.

Don’t worry – I still killed it, and he had NO clue how blah I felt.  I’m no punk!  Even though I was SO scared to go, it was actually REALLY fun!!  Kyle knew how bored I was with my gym routines (and lacking the inspiration to properly prep for my half marathon)…apparently I whined about it long enough to get a reaction…

So last week he told his trainer that he would be bringing me to their next session.  EEK!  Plateau NO MO’.  After 30 minutes with him focusing on abs, arms, and cardio circuit training, I ran 4 miles on the treadmill.

I hope this fire he lit in me results in a permanent change in my usual exercise seshes. 

After the workout I spent 20 minutes trying to open my locker.  I was so high on endorphins, but that all came crashing down when I couldn’t for the LIFE of me remember my locker code.  After a Tyra Banks style deliberation period, I finally resigned to have them cut open my lock.  Doh!  Memory FAIL.


I finished off my falafel and hummus for dinner, and then made ANOTHER Mediterranean meal of chickpeas, quinoa, and shredded carrots

Then…my sister Laura arrived!!!!  After some time to get her settled in, and get ready, we headed to The Mercury Lounge for the The Upwelling concert.


It was such a great concert.  I met Katie right before the boys went on to perform.  Nothing like screaming introductions back and forth over the opening band, right?  I can’t wait to hang out more.  Ari and the band were definitely awesome.  Laura and I loved “Losers” the best.  SO FUN!

After the concert we went to Lolita for some more drinks and met up with more friends…(yadda yadda yadda) we didn’t get home until 2:30 AM.  Well done team!


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Finally a day off of work [insert sigh of relief]!  And a Friday to boot (what an odd phrase).  Today was soopah busy and I was playing catch up all day long.  Naturally, I fueled myself with a large dose of caffeine to get my butt moving.


I got 99 problems errands but a meal ‘aint one.


After my first round of rain-filled errands my tummy was begging for more fruit.  You ask and you shall receive!

Later, I was craving the most bizarre (read highly processed) things for lunch.


Bacon and cheese?  Errr…not quite.  LightLife’s Smart Bacon and Vegan Rella’s cheddar “cheese” on Dave’s Killer Bread seemed like an appropriate compromise. 


This meal probably satisfied my sodium intake for the week, but what the hell, it was good and happened to be what I was in the mood for. 

I went to the gym between more errands, and managed to eke out 9 miles of cardio.  Nice work Elise.  Operation look-hot-in-a-wedding-dress is officially under way!


After the gym I turned to a new friend named Jay Robb. 


I know there was a phase when Mr. Robb was HUGE in the blog world (ahem, Ms. LovinMyTummy), so I’m a bit late to jump on the bandwagon, but I’m glad I did.  Don’t be tardy for the party, right?  Well, better late than never.


Chocolate?  Check

Protein? Check

Tasty?  Check.  Check.

I added frozen banana slices, 1/2 cup water, 1/2 cup milk, and a few drops of NuNaturals Stevia vanilla extractOhhhh sh!t this was good 🙂


Pre-dinner snackage included apple slices and more VeganRella cheddar slices. 

I kept it light, since I didn’t wanna ruin my appetite for the most amazing anniversary dinner in the world (aka Pure Food & Wine).


We had some Pinot to cheers 5 spectacular years together (and our –1 year wedding anniversary).


To start, we split the Asparagus Sushi Rolls with Mirin Soaked Forest Mushrooms, avocado, red peppers, and scallions.  YUM!

Then for dinner, Kyle got the Thai Coconut Noodles in Galangal Red Coconut Currym which was made with mung bean shoots, heirloom carrot, saffron oil, and thai basil. 


He said the sauce was great, but he liked my dish better.  Speaking of…


I got the White Corn Tamales with Raw Cacao Mole with marinated mushrooms, salsa verde, and avocado.

Kind of an avocado themed night, huh?

These were SO amazing.  I practically scraped the insides clean with my tongue, after my fork had done it’s part.  It’s hard to see on the plate, but the sour cream concoction on the upper right was so freaking awesome.  The mole on the side was a bit too chocolate-y/bitter for my taste, but it was easy to avoid. 

Naturally, we couldn’t leave without dessert (as per VeggieGirl’s rules – or anyone who has ever tried Pure’s dessert).


Are you kidding me!?!

Allow me to introduce the trio of Dark Chocolate Coated Indian Spiced Ice Cream Treats, which included a chocolate cardamom coconut ice cream cone, a pistachio gelato ice cream sandwich, and a chai tea creamsicle.  Holy YUM!  I tried each one, and each was better than the one before!! 

Kyle and I agreed the chai tea creamsicle (far right) was the best.

I have another big weekend ahead of me, including my (middle) sister visiting, The Upwelling concert, and the US Open.  Wahoo!!!

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Yes!  About 4 days behind.  I showed you all my eats throughout the day, but no dinners.  So, I guess I have some blogging to do, huh? 

But before I get to that, thank you all SO much for your kind comments about my past few days at work.  I was a little nervous about writing a more emotional post about my job (and not food), but the comments that flooded after proved I had nothing to worry about.  So thank you thank you thank you 🙂

Moving on.  Guess what today is!?!  Give up?

In exactly ONE YEAR, I will be off the market for good.  That’s right peeps, next August 28th, I’ll be a married lady.  Sorry gents!  But more on that later. 

Now back to the eats.  Be forewarned, there were a lot of lazy meals requiring minimal cooking/effort in the kitchen.


Karen & Sisters BBQ Un-chicken (aka TVP)


I added it into (the below) salad – along with one seriously battered avocado, for a nice sweet and tangy summer BBQ meal.


Delightful enough to pretend the weather was summer-y.


Dessert was OMFG-worthy. 


Chocolate Chip Chewy Organic Orgasm…ok, the last word in the label probably was meant to be organic, but I think my alteration is more accurate.


Vegan chocolate chip cookie cake with chocolate frosting.


Is your mouth watering yet?  If not here comes another night’s dinner.


Gary Null’s veggie burger on Dave’s Killer Bread stuffed with hummus and spinach…plus bell peppers and carrots on the side (for the pretty color factor).


I may have had a few more slices of DKB dipped in hummus for dessert…and some baby carrots 🙂


As much as I hate the phrase “hump day,” the term couldn’t have applied more this week.  So naturally I turned to frozen fare.


Food for Life is a brand I trust in terms of quality of ingredients, however, I have to say, the “chic-a-roos” fell a bit short in the flavor department. 


I ran out of BBQ sauce after the first photog, but praise the Lord, we were well stocked, and Jack Daniel’s came to the rescue.  This one had a KICK!  I loved every HFCS loaded bite!


The problem I had with these was the texture.  They didn’t taste like chick’n nuggets at all (which in and of itself isn’t a BAD thing, per se) but they were missing the crispy outer breading that I am used to (and happen to crave on occasion crappy Wednesdays).  I can think of a few other brands of soy nuggets (such as Boca or Health is Wealth) that replicate the texture better.  I couldn’t even differentiate the inside from the outside!  They kinda tasted like bread balls…I didn’t get meat flavor or texture at ALL!  It’s a good thing I was so down in the dumps I didn’t care one bit. 

Solution = apply BBQ sauce LIBERALLY.


Clearly I still finished the entire box (which is 3.5 servings in case anyone was wondering).  That and the pound of broccoli left me with an amazing fiber food baby.

And now I’m off to my anniversary dinner at Pure Food & Wine.  5 years!!

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I’m exhausted with a capital “E” after the last 3 days of work I’ve had.  I shouldn’t complain since I had 4 days off in a row while my sister was visiting, but man was it difficult to go back to such a chaotic scene.  Tuesday’s shift whizzed by so fast I was playing catch up for 12 hours straight (the unit was good busy, not shoot-myself-in-the-head busy), on Wednesday I cried (more on THAT later…), and Thursday I was called to the ICU to cover a patient who had taken a turn for the worse…I was literally shaking the entire shift long because I was so nervous about the unstable state my patient was in.  Details?  You ask and you shall receive (no HIPAA violations here of course).

3 days of lunches:







I’ve heard not good things about these PB+J MoJo Dipped bars…but I rather enjoyed it!  Nutritional stats below.





Best flavor PoP chips yet…


Add in 6 hundred pounds of Starbucks coffee, and there you have it for the day time eats.  Work is exhausting, so I’m not even going to TRY and justify my caffeine addiction.  It is what it is.

I so wish I could go into a play by play, but I don’t have the time or energy [and I’m not sure anyone cares, either, for that matter]. 

Let’s just say, I have had a certain patient for nearly 2 months now…(FYI, that’s 45 days longer than a typical post-op stay).  This patient has been the most delightful person to care for.  I had him as a pre-op, which is rare, but again, I can’t go into too much more.  His family is also so sweet and kind, they have nearly adopted me.  So, it goes without saying that I’m emotionally attached to this patient, and even though I have other patients, too, he has a major part of my focus heart.  He was briefly well enough to be discharged (to a rehab facility but still…), but that only lasted 10 hours, and he had to be readmitted.  He has gone back and forth between the ICU and the step-down (my normal floor) so many times, I’ve lost track…and on Wednesday I really thought I was losing him.  I brought him back, but barely, and the whole time, I was just trying to stay composed and hold it together for the family members.  But inside, I was on the verge of tears.  Clearly, he had to be transferred back to the ICU.  I am normally pretty good at separating work from my personal life.  When the clock strikes 7 and I give report to the next shift nurse, I’m outta there faster than you can say dinner hummus.  But with this patient it was different.  All Wednesday night (after work) I couldn’t stop thinking about him.  Kyle was also away on business, so I had no distractions either.  Anyways, I am going to stop with Wednesday’s shift there. 

Thursday I went to the ICU and I had another (different) very precarious patient.  He had to go for a procedure that is normally done at the bedside for patients on ventilators and the cardiac drips that he was on…but that’s neither here nor there.  So there I was, in the elevator manually bagging him with oxygen via a trach, listening to the defibrillator ding over and over and over just PRAYING I wouldn’t have to give the emergency IV meds I was storing in my pocket.   Yeah, I was sweating balls. 

At one point during the procedure, I had to burst in, which wasn’t a treat for them, me OR the patient…but all ended well, and he made it back to the ICU in one piece.  I can’t really talk about any more without getting super specific, but his vitals were well outside the normal range at several points of the day, so I was constantly trying to reel him back in.  Lordy!

After 3 days in a row of such intensity, all I wanted to do was curl up into a ball and sleep.  Since I was about to pass out, I decided to high tail it home…or so I thought…


Kyle was at the hospital entrance waiting for me when I got off!  In that moment, our eyes locked, and without a SINGLE word spoken, we both knew EXACTLY what we were doing for the night

At long last!!!  WHOLE FOODS is in my NEIGHBORHOOD!  The Upper West Side finally opened the long awaited, HUGELY anticipated store. 

I may be biased, but I have got to say, this store has a vegan presence like NO OTHER!  It was the only thing (short of a 50 kilo vat of hummus) that could have rescued my mood sanity. 


I found so many new things!!  Balsamic glazed tofu with spinach and red bell peppers, and a ginger curry carrot salad with black sesame seeds.  Of course, I went with some standards, too. 


Quinoa, brown rice, edamame, carrots, chickpeas, and dried cranz.  It’s a combo that CANNOT be beat!

The rest of the weeks dinners will follow.  For now, this post will have to do.  Thanks for listening loves!

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Boy oh boy is it exhausting taking NYC by storm in one weekend!  Sunday’s weather was far nicer than Saturday’s (in that there was less rain), but JUST as nasty in terms of humidity…

I still started the day with java and fruit.


There may have been a bit of a SoapNet marathon throughout the AM.  Is there a better show to get ready to start the day than 90210?  I think not  🙂

After digesting and beautifying, we set off for Brooklyn.


I love the promenade/DUMBO area.  So cute – and such great views of NYC.

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My favorite thing to do with visitors is walk the Brooklyn Bridge, so we walked back to Manhattan for lunch.


I think Marie was in awe of how much walking we were doing…maybe I’m becoming a true New Yorker, just yet?  For lunch we headed to the South Street Seaport.


We came to rest at JP Mustard’s, which had a decent menu.  Nothing too revolutionary, but it worked.

I was NOT a fan of this:


Plastic utensils?  WTF?  Hippie not approved :( 


I ordered a veggie wrap with avocado in a sun dried tomato tortilla, and a house salad on the side (hold the dressing).


Not too shabby, but by the time I reached the bottom of the tortilla, it was saturated with oil.  Hmmm.


Eventually we headed back home.  Weird Brooklyn sign, no?

Dinner was a no brainer.  I just couldn’t let Marie go home without trying the amazing-ness that is Blossom Cafe

I vowed I would try all new things this time, and BOY am I glad I did!!


Appetizer for MOI: Autumn Sweet Potato Rolls (Raw) with coconut noodles, jicima, carrot, red and yellow pepper, scallion and avocado with an almond ginger dipping sauce.

This was PERFECTLY refreshing for the summer weather.  The veggies were fresh and crispy and the jicima held the rolls together wonderfully.  And the almond ginger dipping sauce was sweet and tangy with a bit of a kick, but didn’t overpower the rolls.  I wanted to swim in it, to be honest…


Appetizer for Kyle: Cauliflower puree (the daily soup special)

I didn’t try it, but he polished it off, so clearly it was edible.


Marie’s dinner: Southern Seitan Sandwich with spiced seitan, caramelized onions, avocado and chipotle aioli on foccacia bread.

I’ve tried this one before, so I knew she’d love it, and love it she did.


Kyle’s dinner: Soy Filet Parmesan with breaded soy filet on foccacia bread with flame roasted tomato sauce and melted v-soy cheese.

No complaints here either. 


My dinner: Grilled Tofu Salad with sesame soy grilled tofu over mixed greens, arame seaweed and sprouts with a carrot-miso dressing.

I also joined the clean plates club with this one.  I simply ADORED the carrot-miso dressing more than any other dressing I’ve had before (I’m going to try my best to figure out how to make this on my own).  Plus, I’m kinda obsessed with arame right now.  So all in all, the salad was perrrrfect.

**sorry about the photo quality, I can’t seem to figure out how to take good pics in restaurants**

Even though I was pretty full, a few hours later, I was definitely ready for dessert.  Enter carob-filled medjools.


A few dates were camera shy, but it was all good…

We were in bed by midnight since Marie had to leave for her flight at 4 AM on Monday morning.  I had such a blast with her, it was sad to say goodbye.  Living so far away from family really does bum me out sometimes…but my other sister, Laura, is coming to visit in 4 days, so at least I have something else to look forward to now.  Anyone else live in a different city/state than the rest of their family?

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You know how visitors make you a tourist in your own city?  Well, I had an absolute ball of a time in NYC while my baby sis, Marie, was in town.

The weather wasn’t too cooperative, but we made do. 

After our late Thursday night out on the town, we slept in a bit (well, it was sleeping in for me…Marie, not so much).  While Kyle was at work, Marie and I shopped it up in SoHo, then stopped for a mid-day snack at Dean & Deluca




All the fresh, colorful produce just makes me so happy :)  I also did some flower shopping for me and my bridesmaids’ bouquets.  These are my favorites.  Thoughts?


            Freesia.                  Star of Bethlehem.                    Lilies.


            White Hydrangeas.                                         Calla Lilies.

Kyle joined up with us and then we all made our way to Whole Foods for a late lunch.


I got in trouble taking these photos (I’m SUCH a rebel)!  But the sheer size of the prepared food section made me giddy, so I just had to capture it on film. 


Up in hurrr: Spinach, broccoli, ginger-curried carrots (yum!!), bell pepper/edamame salad, massive blob of HUMM-daddy, quinoa cake (OMG, so good!!)


I really need to figure out how to reproduce the above deliciousness.  The quinoa cake tasted like a veggie patty jam-packed with carrots, quinoa, spinach, and lord knows what else.  There may have been more oil than I care for (why does WF always do that?), but all I know is I didn’t want the meal to end.  T-t-t-tasty!


I gulped down this blue green white tea.  It was nothing special, but tasted especially refreshing given the fact that it was 600 degrees outside (air conditioning may be one of the best inventions on the planet, btw).  Once my rehydration efforts were in check, we set back out.  Pretty sure we covered all of Manhattan on foot.  The proof is in the pudding my lighter wallet.

I passed some hot spots that I was way too full to consider stopping into (Liquiteria, Babycakes, Stogo, Bonobos).  I showed Marie where I work, then we headed west to Union Square to continue our shopping along Fifth Ave.

And then the rain storm hit.  [Insert sprint for shelter]

After drying off back home, we grubbed, showered, and blasted some tunes while getting ready for another night out.  Who knows WHY we bothered straightening our locks when the drizzle/humidity nearly guaranteed the inevitable afro? 

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Again with the double fisting!  Geez, Elise…

We got home late, and there was s’rrrious late night snack-age.  I wish it didn’t happen, but what can I say?  Drankface brings out snackface.  How much do you wish the phrase “if you don’t remember it, it didn’t happen” were true?!?


Saturday morning afternoon, Kyle and I rolled out of bed to make a very necessary Starbucks run, while Marie continued her REM.  It seems as though we finally made our way out the door just in time for the thunder and lightning. 

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So it was a stormy and wet stroll through the park…but look how green and LUSH!  We couldn’t help but take a million and one photos.

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Marie played with the camera settings and this winning photo was born.  For lunch we stopped at Chop’t, a midtown salad joint. 


I made a salad with asian flavored grilled tofu, jicima, avocado, mango, edamame, and carrots with dressing on the side.  Then they hacked away with the knives.  The blurrr is the chopping of the knives.


They also threw some wheat tortillas on top which I ripped up and stirred into the salad.


My only complaint about the salad was the ratio of lettuce to toppings.  Salad connoisseur that I am, I prefer several toppings in each and every bite, and there was WAY too much spinach in this.  But I guess that’s a pretty minimal issue to have in the grand scheme of things.

About twenty stores, thirty openings/closings of the umbrella, and one Starbucks trip later, we decided to see The Time Traveler’s Wife.  I was the only one of our trio who had read the book, so I grabbed several napkins on the way in.  Good thinkin’ for sure.  I’m not going to give anything else away – just know, I really liked it.

Dinner was a weather induced (aka SUPER lazy) meal.  We stopped at the local health food store on the way home for some prepared (vegan) eats.


I made a burger piled high with (soy) bacon, Gary Null’s veggie burger, hummus, and sprouts on a whole wheat English Muffin. 


I couldn’t deny myself a handful of baby carrots on the side, which CLEARLY took a plunge in the tub of hummus…as did the salt & pepper POP chips.  This flavor was not as good as the BBQ or the original, but still did it’s job got the hummus to my mouth.  😀

After dinner we hit up Metro Diner for a late night sundae. 


Ok, it was actually just shared by Marie and Kyle.  That much dairy would likely reek havoc on my poor decrepit GI system.  But dayam did it look good!


Quite a fun filled Friday/Saturday, huh?  Sunday was even better…just you wait!


FYI: The Upwelling hotties are releasing their cd “An American Stranger” TOMORROW, and they are having a show on 8/29 at the Mercury Lounge.  And in case you live under a rock, this is lilveggiepatch’s main squeeze we’re talking about here.  I’m definitely going to the release party next weekend, so I hope to see some other peeps there too!

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Remember that horribly inappropriate song?? 

Well, today I had an appt with an Osteopaedic MD who specializes in the spine.  I’ll get into the deets later, but rest assured, I’ll be making some changes so I don’t end up looking like this by my 30th birthday.

Severe Kyphosis 

I started the day with coffee.


Doesn’t that beautiful foam make you wanna dive right into it?  Flowers for Algernon is my latest read, btw, although my wait to see the MD was so short I didn’t even need it!  NYU Joint Disease knows how to treat their patients RIGHT (I’ve never been seen so quickly, it was such a pleasurable visit).

My appointment was early, so I was home in time for a Sin Dawg b-fast.


Dang this stuff is good!  I had to exercise ALL self control not to polish off the entire roll in one sitting. 

After my bread baby was semi-digested, I went to the gym for some cardio.  I left sweatier than normal, so I was in a great mood. 

Lunch was a mini-Mediterranean feast, packed with yummy flavors. 


Falafel and roasted red pepper hummus – aka chickpeas and MORE chickpeas. 


I munched on some almonds while waiting for my sister’s plane to land.  SO excited!!  And if anyone is curious, the citrus flavor Kombucha was really good, so it gets the hippie stamp of approval.  I was nervous it was going to be so tart my lips would pucker after one sip, but it was nice at mind.  I didn’t really taste much citrus at all…I think I am going to make it my goal to try ALL the Kombucha/Synergy flavors.  I have tried about 5-6 so far…

Anyways, it took my sister a good 2 hours to get from the airport to Penn station, so my tum was still gurgling for more food.


Kyle had a leftover roll from last night’s dinner…poor thing didn’t stand a chance!  I enjoyed it with some hummus while talking Marie through the LIRR/Jamaica station chaos.  Once she was Manhattan-bound, I hit the road to meet up with her at Penn Station (which was another 2 hour ordeal in and of itself…).  Sometimes the simplest plans just don’t unfold the way you think they will. 

It was 6 by the time we made it back to the apt.  Le sigh.

Once Kyle got home, we decided that a WF dinner was MORE than necessary (Central Park provided a nice summery ambiance). 


A pretty standard trip, no?  Falafel balls (again), chickpea/edamame salad, lentil/couscous salad, 2 broccoli florets, and a few spinach leaves. 

Now that I think about it, it really looks like I was trying to trick myself into thinking I was eating a salad :) 

Let’s pile errrthang on top of some green-age and call it a salad, yes??


Here’s Marie’s WF swag (since she got some balls too, we split a tub of hummus with our dinners). 


Creamy, chickpea bliss.

Kyle went with a confusing choice (given the fact that it was 800 degrees out with 95% humidity). 


Grilled corn on the cob and arroz con pollo.  I was already sweating bullets, but Kyle said “bring it!”


The non-vegans enjoyed some chocolate cake, while my dessert came in the form of chickpeas…I MAY have licked the tub of hummus (just a little, though)  😉


After dinner, the night took an interesting turn.  Rather than go home, we strolled by my bestie, Jess’ apartment…annnd next thing I know, this is happening.


There were a few too many beers pitchers that led up to this point.  A few things to note:

(a) The drink above is actually a fish bowl

(b) I’m ridiculously pale

(c) I’m wearing the same outfit I sweat through 6 hours earlier (ew)

(d) I’m the only one actually drinking in the photo

(e) Apparently I didn’t feel as though a fish bowl provided enough DRANK, seeing as I am double fisting it

The last three probably explained my lack of back pain as the night went on…


Anyways, we partied into the wee hours of the morning (initially we were confused because it was light outside when we left the bar – but it was just the huge spotlights shining on us because they were filming this in the street outside the bar).  I still have 3 more days of fun with my sister!!!


So here’s the dealio with my spine: my x-rays all looked normal [insert sigh of relief here], but the doctor did say I had a “giraffe neck.”  Ummm…what?  First of all, I’m not tall, in fact, by America’s Next Top Model’s standards normal standards, I’m short.  And yet, he actually told me I have the longest cervical spine section he’s ever seen.  I had to practice all restraint to not blurt out TWSS.  Anyways, crazy long neck aside, apparently my range of motion is pretty piss poor, so I’ll be engaging in some physical therapy for the next few weeks.  Who knows when the heck I’m going to find the time for that…

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