Or rather I saw it upside down.
Or maybe sideways.
A little bass ackwards, as it were.
I had to run to the store today, and when I stepped out the front door, my foot landed on the edge of the rubber floor mat outside. I twisted my ankle and felt myself falling in slow motion.
And then I felt myself land.
Thankfully, I have plenty of padding in my rear end that it softened the blow a bit. Except I didn't just land on my behind. I landed on my elbow, and it's like it jarred everything in my neck and shoulder as they absorbed the shock of my fall.
My left hip is a bit sore tonight, but it's my left shoulder and neck that hurt the most.
Unfortunately, it means I didn't accomplish much of anything today. I'm hoping after a good night's sleep and some pain medicine, I'll feel well enough tomorrow to get something done.
After all, I have much to do.
Compulsive hoarding is a mental disorder that is just beginning to be understood. As a hoarder, I have acquired things over the years with a specific purpose in mind at the time of the acquisition, used some of those items for their intended purposes, forgotten the goal for different objects, but now that I find that they have outlived their purpose in my life I am struggling to rid myself of those same things.
You can read the start of my journey here.