Saturday, December 29, 2007
Hendricks Go Wii, Wii, Wii, All the Way Home
I got done with the calendars, and then we headed out to see my brother, Lynsey, KK, Laney Rae and my Aunt and Uncle who live in Brenham on Yonder Way Farm. Lynsey's whole family was there too...love those people!
Going out to the farm is one of our favorite things to do.
I love seeing the boys running around being boys, exploring and finding scary critters. Although Hayden was not in any pictures, he was there...he was just far too busy looking for bugs to be in a silly picture.
Little did I know when we ventured out to Brenham that this trip would mark the last evening I would be able to use my arms without feeling intense pain.
We came home with a Wii, and I've never been the same again.
Right now, life before aching arms and shoulder blades seems like a distant memory.
We came home, set it up and I boxed like a crazy lady.
I love boxing.
But, I can't beat Anson, so I keep trying it over and over...which means, eventually, my arms go numb and just hang loosely by my sides.
I have been so sore, that I cringe when I wake up at night and know I need to roll over or reposition myself.
And just when my arms start working again...even just a little...I go right back to punching faces in. It's crazy.
I sweat and work out harder than I ever have at the gym.
Right now, my Wii age is 66...but I don't care. Aaron's is 32...so wow...he really digs those older women.
I will probably never get any Wii younger because I only want to box. Baseball and bowling? Pu-lease. I just want to beat people up. I have perfected my upper cut and side arm to the head and to the kidneys. Be afraid...very afraid. I will box your gallbladder right out of your bellybutton.
Aaron emailed me this link...all the lady Wii owners, can clap with excitement with me! I can't wait!
Hooray for being crippled!