Everyone know they have stuff they should do.
And we often want to do that stuff.
But, you know, this and that.
It’s only when we can’t take the pain that we move.
Case in point – my office chair was beat.
Needed a new one but I was busy and you know.
Then for a couple days running I was having crazy leg pain. Was it my hip? Did I pull something? CANCER?
Haha, we’re all hypochondriacs.
One morning the pain cleared for a little bit. Then I sat down in my office chair and the pain started creeping back.
Holy law of cause and effect, Batman!
I stood up and looked at the offending chair like it was my enemy.
I had been putting off going to get one. What if sitting back down in that chair cripples me?
I got in the car and bought a good chair.
Not for style or vanity or retail therapy.
I bought a new chair to avoid that excruciating pain. Seriously I was thinking of going to the doc and getting pain meds and we all know how that can turn out.
Now the pain is gone. No Hillbilly Elegy for me.
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