Tuesday, February 23, 2010

I Blame It On The Snow

Or Hubby who passed on the used snow blower at the garage sale last summer.

I was totally out of my migraine preventive, and I wore my pajama pants to the local pharmacy last night to pick up my refill.

That was after I had spent two hours in the driveway with Buddy shoveling, after Chatty had done what she could.

I was wearing my pj pants over my jeans to stay warm. We'd had about nine inches of snow, after Hubby, our big snow shoveling muscles, had left for Texas.

We found out at church Sunday night that a storm was coming. The worst was supposed to be coming through about the time on Monday morning when I would be driving the one hour to the airport and one hour back home from dropping off Hubby.

We decided it would be safest to use hotel points and have Hubby stay at a hotel close to the airport with a shuttle. It was definitely a good choice (we still only have one vehicle), except that I was driving home at 1 a.m. Monday morning.

The good thing about going to the pharmacy last night was that it was already 8:30 p.m. and there was no one else there. Good thing since I was clomping through wearing Hubby's snow boots too.

I was quite the vision. My sore muscles are still reminding me of it today.


Betsy said...

Oh, what we will do to get our migraine meds! LOL! I actually did something similar last month...to the pharmacy in my jammies, sick with scarlet fever...to pick up boys' prescriptions. At the time, I didn't care...but was still glad I was the only one there! LOL!

Make a note to buy next snow blower you see at garage sale! ;)

Mari said...

You poor thing! Better get a snow blower for next year too. :)

Bobbi said...

Do barometric changes bring on your migraines? I get them when a BIG front is coming through...aka the last two weekends with all the snow. Funtimes...NOT.
Praying for ya...that you'll have extra strength and stamina to make it through! I figure the Mexican themed food week oughta give ya some added, er "fuel" too! Hehehe!

Love Bears All Things said...

I'm sure you were well covered.
Mama Bear

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