Thanks for the early Pubski. Tomorrow is my company's annual Turkey Fry, which is a 200+ person potluck of fun and chaos and drinking, and it starts at 11:AM, and everyone basically leaves when they are full. We will be back in the office on Monday. Love this job!
The bad news is that my tennis elbow is back with a fucking vengeance. Been in pain for more than a week, after twisting my wrist slightly putting a jar back in the fridge.
Today was my physical therapy appointment. It was supposed to be the last one, as my treatment of the last two months had basically gotten me back to normal again.
My therapist diagnosed nerve damage, and traced it up into my shoulder and neck - my first rib, actually - and did a BUNCH of work there to release the tension in my wrist, because my wrist hurt too much to touch.
So now I am back again to not being able to use my right hand basically AT ALL, for the next couple of months. I have a series of new nerve-treatment exercises to do regularly, to help "floss" the problematic nerve and get it on the path to healing.
In the mean time, any activity with my right wrist - including playing guitar (which I will be doing this weekend in the recording studio), and riding my motorcycle, and writing (on Hubski, too), and removing the old forced-air ducting so I can close up the gaps and keep all the heat being generated by our new heating system INSIDE the house, and a hundred other things - are on hold for the foreseeable future.
Which includes my motorcycle rebuild project. Which I found out isn't going to happen either, because there are some weird design anomalies with this bike that make it REALLY hard to modify and get running right again (gee, I wonder if that is why it only lasted for 4 years in Suzuki's product line?), so I just need to slap it back together and sell it on to the next sucker.
But after my wrist heals. :-(