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 Frigga's visit to Headwaters Forrest Part 2

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PostSubject: Frigga's visit to Headwaters Forrest Part 2   Frigga's visit to Headwaters Forrest Part 2 EmptySun May 18, 2014 7:51 pm

Do you remember that 10 -12 foot drop our darling (right now the thought of putting a boulder up her rearend and using her as a door stop is a good thought!!) Frigga caused me to do last week during our visit to Headwaters Forest??? Please see previous post about that adventure.....

UPDATE!!!!

Well, after laying around the house in terrible pain for 4 days. This is after trying heat/ice; Nsaids; muscle relaxers and some good old fashion pain killers. I broke down and went to the ER today. My boyfriend looked at my back and freaked due to it is so swollen. How swollen you ask?? The RN thought I had back surgery due to the swelling has caused my skin to fold over on itself. After x-raying my pelvis and being told nothing is broken. Our darling Frigga caused me to pull all muscles/tendons in the back/front of my hip. My ball and socket joint hurts too....

Can we say "Frigga will live for today, but tomorrow is not a guarantee" ??

Please do not lecture me about hurting her. I will not; but, after this, yes the thought has crossed my mind more than once!!!
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