Hello ladies and gents, how are you today?

Oh me? I’m okay. I made it to the gym this morning. It feels like I basically cured cancer. Now my lower back hurts, which is something that happens to me on a regular basis. I have degenerative disc issues in my lower back and I seriously messed it up slipping on some ice four years ago. It’s like this awesome little reminder of my past. It always hurts right above my right butt cheek. Does anyone have any suggestions for how to rid myself of this pain? I stretch relatively regularly (I should more) and I’ve started using a foam roller at the gym, but it’s just so tweaky. I’m really just being a big whiner which I’m not too keen about, so moving on.

I’m feeling super uninspired today and I’m kind of in a “meh” mood. Nothing is really wrong, I’m just all a fretting about cleaning and working before I fly out in ONE DAY. Did I mention that? I know. Yes, I’m one of those people who clean everything before I leave on vacation. It lessens my anxiety when I return and I have a suitcase full of chaos to sort through and I’m tired.

Usually when I’m in a meh mood, I look at pictures of cute animals. Do you want to do that with me? Okay, let’s do it.

Yarrrrr, mateyyyyy!

Does this dress make me look fat?

Do you like my wee-barrel, ladies?


Oooh yeah, just like that.

future yogi.

So yeah, I don’t feel so meh anymore. I do have a lot of work to get done, but I’m enthused. Hope you all enjoyed the cute animals and felt a little less “meh” yourselves. See you tomorrow!

Author: Jennifer Bingaman Mazur

I like writing about what I think about what I think. I also like writing about what other people think and what I think about that. Yes? Yes.

3 thoughts on “Meh.”

  1. I have the same back problem in the same sport! YouTube cat-cow and happy baby yoga poses and try those. They’re a real lifesaver. Also, I use ThermaCare heat wraps when it’s being really wonky.

  2. I was having insane back problems and started seeing a chiropractor, not the crappy kind who just fix your back enough so you keep coming to see them, but he taught me all sorts of stretches and strengthening exercises to do to support my back and it’s been life changing! Hello run-on sentence, nice to meet you. But yeah. That’s my suggestion.

    1. hahaha, Morgan! That was a wonderful run-on. Yeah, I’ve dabbled in chiropractors and I’d give most of them a C+ as far as reliability go. I just feel like I go for a while, my back feels ok, and then 6 weeks later it hurts. I want a permanant fix. At least something I can maintain without having to go to the doctor twice a week. See? Now I’m rambling. I think I need some stretches and not just some cracks.

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