I started physical therapy this week for a rotator cuff injury. I guess one would call it an injury. It's not painful as much as it is constantly sore. I don't know how I injured it. Maybe just sleeping on that side, or due to enthusiastic weeding in the garden? It's not serious, and doesn't seem to be a tear. I'm fairly confident it will get better with therapy and I won't need surgery. I live in hope.
As one ages, it always seems to be something. That's a phrase all the old ladies in my life have used. Now I'm old and I have earned the right to say it. Cliches have power.
Looking back over my life I must admit it has always been something. Looking forward I assume there will be something else and more, both good and bad.
I do like going to physical therapy, it reminds me of going to the gym, and having a personal trainer. Maybe if I actually still went to a gym I wouldn't have this injury? No way to tell unless I went to a gym after I heal. Not going to happen. I just don't want to.
It does feel good to be exercising my upper arms, though.