It’s been a heck of a week. Only a few days until graduation for the boy and I am so hoping that the pain will at least recede enough to make it tolerable. I think it would be far better for my pain to be anywhere but in my face. It’s like an open tooth. It’s horrible. I know, I know. I’ve shared this before. So sorry. I just never thought that 26 years after a botched dental procedure I’d still be suffering such horrible pain and agony. I guess no one with Trigeminal Neuralgia expects it to last. Yes, there are days I can push the pain back; but I haven’t been able to do so in a while. I guess I need to focus on doing that more often; but for whatever reason, I’m stumped as to how I used to do it. <sigh>
I took the kids to the beach a few times and we were lucky enough to be able to stand still as a school of sting rays swam around us, TWICE!!! Such beautiful and majestic creatures and definitely one of my favorites. I love seeing them in their natural habitat.
Sting ray season is from April to October and it is best to do the “ray shuffle” so as not to disturb them as they tend to hide just beneath the surface of the sand in water. By shuffling your feet, you alert the rays that you are in the vicinity and they come out and remove themselves from the area. Both times we were out on Sanibel, we came upon them in the late afternoon, as the sun was lower in the sky.
The parents will be here on Friday evening in preparation for graduation on Saturday morning. They missed the awards ceremony; but to be honest, my son and I wish we’d missed it, too. LOL!
Anyway, we’re actually going to see Deadpool 2 tomorrow night and we’re looking forward to it. Of course, nothing can top Avengers: Infinity War as the best movie EVER! I’m such a nerdy comic book girl and the last 10 years of movies has been AWESOME! I truly thought they couldn’t top Black Panther; but they DID! The only thing that would’ve made it better is both this one and part 2 released within a few months, not a year; but I can’t be too pushy. 😀
Anyway, I hope to get through the next few days with minimal pain. We certainly shall see.