Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, September 01, 2008

OFF WITH THE WHITE

Today is Labor Day. Do we say "Happy Labor Day"?

It is a day off work and it is the day everyone MUST stop wearing white shoes.

For retired persons such as ourselves every day is a Labor Day holiday from labor. Well except for today which is a day we shall labor.

When I'm not in so much pain, I'll tell you more about my injured rotator cuff. Meanwhile, that's the reason my blog entries are so bleak.

9 comments:

  1. I am hoping that your rotator cuff problems begin healing soon. You have been brave and patient about this, and I am sure it has not been fun.

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  2. I have heard from others how painful rotator cuff problems are.

    I hope your pain is relieved soon.

    Good luck.

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  3. Just a wuick note to let you know how much I enjoy reading your blog~~ it's like an oasis in my day!

    Hope you're feeling better soon!

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  4. Being ignorant of just what a injured rotator cuff was---I googled it----Ouch!! Yes I can see what your injury would make you slow down on posting. I trust you have/are seeing a physician about this problem and are doing as he tells you?? Cancel the near term Tennis tounaments you are entered into, no more backhanding the sassy politico's, at least for awhile (lol), take care of yourself (its okay to be a bit selfish in pampering onesself up to a point---ya don't want to spoil yourself either.) Hey get well real soon.

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  5. Sorry about your rotator cuff being injured. Major ouch!!!

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  6. Do I really have to stop wearing my white shoes?? Gosh gee whiz.....

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  7. OH NO! A torn rotator cuff? That's painful. I know because I did that to myself several years ago.

    According to a shoe fashion website I read, you don't have to give up white shoes after Labor Day anymore. I don't know that I believe it, but I do see white shoes around here through October.

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  8. Take care and do whatever the doctor tells you to do.....Hope you are feeling better soon.

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