Tuesday, May 30, 2006

A Small Update

Lucy and I completed the Million Paws Walk at Parramatta Park. Everyone was extremely well behaved and it was a fun day. Mark came with us because he was worried I would get into difficulty and therefore I didnt get to stay as long as I wanted to after we finished our walk but next year I will be better prepared.

Have been having physio once or twice a week on my back. Have not managed to get to tai chi once this term and have been going to pilates but not doing much. Finally had a CT scan on my back last Friday and the results were not great. After talking with rheumatologist today am going to have a Xray guided injection of cortisone into my back by a radiologist. Just have to make sure I have not infections beforehand.

Jess has found a place to live in Goulburn and starts at the academy on 26th June. She is very excited. If anyone knows any good places to buy secondhand furniture in Goulburn let me know.

Congratulations to any Crusader supporters out there and commiserations to the Hurricane supporters but wasnt the final a hoot. I dont think that I have ever seen such thick fog. As for the Waratahs, oh well there is always next year.

Wish me luck with this injection. I am a bit tired of all the pain and just want to move on. The people at the gym have forgotten what I look like and have started ringing me to find out why I havent been lately. Still hoping to register for City to Surf again.

Hope everyone is travelling well. Am still reading you blogs when I get the chance.
Work is fine and has quietened down considerably.


  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Thinking of you and I keep popping into your blog to see if you've left any news. This must all be a bit scary for you - just know that I'm thinking about you and sending very positive vibes.
    Take care

  2. Congrats on completing the walk!



  3. Have been thinking of you and was pleased to see you update. Best of luck with what's ahead. Hope all goes well. Thanks for your thoughts on my blog. And that rugby game - bet we won't see another one like that in while.

  4. Ouch! I do wish you luck with the injection and hope it eases your pain for you.