If you have injured your elbow, do not try and twist it underneath your body while sleeping. This will result in such severe pain that you: 1) wake up from it 2) can't use your arm the whole day 3) are back on painkillers
Ok trial 2. Fingers crossed that my elbow holds up and that there are no more major accidents this spring that will keep me off the track. I'm not allowed to put any wieght on it, but will try a bodyjam class to see how that goes and when I start uni this week I'll start using the treadmill where I'll be staying.
Last thursday we have an outdoor PE day at work. This day we have once a year and the students get to decide what kind of winteractivites that they would like to do during the whole day. I decided to do the same as last year and tag on the students that wanted to go skiing and snowboarding. It is usually a really nice day in the slopes.The only thing you need to do as a teacher is to make sure the students get their slopetickets, food ticket and get there and from. If no accidents happend that is.
This year I wasn't as lucky as I was last year. Around noon the last run before we were going on lunchbreak I fell not in a steep slope or fast or anything, just lost my balance where it was flat. Unfortunatley I took the entire fall with my left arm & managed to bend the eldow in the wrong way. That was it for my day in the slope.
After lunch I was keeping the busdriver company and being boored. My elbow was hurting, but didn't think it was that bad until we started driving home. The vibrations from the bus settled in my arm and the pain was making me nausious. So when I got home I had to drive to the ER and get it examined to make sure I hadn't broken or cracked any bones in the elbow.
Thank got that was not the case, just a sewere sprain and extended tendons. Since then I have bin eating painkillers 24/7 and had my elbow in bandage. Now I can move it but some movement makes the elbow pop and you can feel the bones shifting slightly inside.
This is the third and final book of The Dark Materials triology. The first two books I finsihed quickly and then after seem to have lost my copy of The Amber spyglass had to borrow my friends book waited impatiently to got my hands on it. Told her that she would have it back within a week. That turned out to be a lie. For some reason it has taken me ages to finish it (ok ok about 1½month).
You finally find out why Lyra and Will are so important and what the real deal with her parents are. You also get your questions answered about the subtle knife, but that about it. I felt it lost its speed and energy that the first two books had. This one was more of a drag where you were reading page after page and nothing exciting really happened. Its ashame when it all started so good that it lost a little in the end. But I do like that the ending is not a happy fairytale ending as it is with so many fantasy books.
Yes I did finish both book 1 and 2 within a week. Did I like this one as much as book 1. Yes, but I think this one in some areas were a little to obvious what was going to happend (but it is a teen book to). Got a little over the blood drinking at one point, but really really liked it and now I paitiently have to sit and wait until the postalservice arrives with my package that holds books 3-5 for me.
Just need to find out what happens in the clearing when Elena steps through, How will Damon and Stefan react. But more impotantly how will Bonnie deal with it all?
I give this one a four. Don't like books that end and I HAVE to read the next book to finish a chapter (scene) or what ever you are going to call it.