#SOL 16 Day 14
One can find so many pains when the rain is falling. ~John Steinbeck
I really don’t like to be a complainer, because I have very little patience for other people who complain. However, as a grow older I realize that I have become a human barometer. You don’t need to tune into late night or early morning news to see what the weather is going to be for the day. My knees will tell you when we are having snow or rain. They throb and scrape bone on bone making it difficult to walk or even sleep. When the weather is really bad, my wrists join in the fun and make simple tasks like blow drying my hair, opening a jar, or holding something heavier than a glass of water a major project.
But in case you really cannot put your faith in my knees and wrists, my sinuses will back up the forecast. I feel a little dizzy. My head pounds, my eyes get dry, and even my teeth hurt when the barometric pressure is on the move.
Today was one of those days. A cold, raw, nasty rainy day had me wishing I was in sunny Florida, and I don’t even like the heat and sun! I am looking forward to getting all my work finished for the day and climbing into my warm and comfy bed. If only my head would stop pounding!!!