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Moral Of The Story: Slow Down, Woman...

My back is "killing" me.... I must have sprained it somewhere... and I suddenly recalled that it must be due to the two giant 5KG of Labour detergent I bought  in Jaya Jusco.  In each hand I suddenly lifted up the 2 Big Detergent bottles that weighed a total of 10KG... it was all too sudden... from the floor I just bend down and lifted them up...... and ......  now I am facing the consequences.

The pain on my back right is now "thumping" me... plaster after plaster I put to relieve the pain but to no avail.  Yoko Ono also didn't do it right either....I just came back from my badminton session and hope no more pain tomorrow...

AIYAK!!
my poor back after being "spooned" to take out the "wind" ...


Moral of the story:  Don't do things hastily at my age... no more like a springy chicken...


Comments

  1. haiyo, this year doesn't seem good to you, you have been hurting yourself often huh?? leg and now your back.. must be more careful, especially when it comes to lifting heavy things.. lower down your body as much as you can.. hope you are feeling better now.. :)

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  2. Aiyoyo, Claire what are doing here... "Kuat Sar" is it? Must be painful will you?

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  3. Same like SK, please take good care for yourself ya. Erm, I think full body massage is better for you to relief the wind from your body. Try Malay Urut lady. It will help. Or else this coming Raya Holiday fly to Bangkok.... for massage.

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  4. goodness..be careful. Don't try to carry too heavy object lest it might hurt our back.

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  5. Oh dear, what happen? Ya, like our age we must be more careful. Take good care of yourself and speedy recovery.

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  6. Oh Claire, it looks awful!! Hope only temporary!!! Take boxes one at a time or get big strong clerk to help you, they will like helping pretty woman!

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  7. Good grief!!! You are staying alone, aren't you? Get your son to come home and work in Ipoh... Never mind if the pay is smaller, at least there'll be someone at home to keep you company and take care of you...and he's staying and eating at home - expenses will be a whole lot less.

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  8. sk: today lagi sakit.. now putting pillow behind my back while I type..



    angeline: yes.. right.. kuak sar! soothing!



    wenn: yeah lo.. thought I was still young!

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  9. angeline: wahhh...have to fly to Bangkok to do massage ah.. hahaha...


    irene: yes lo.. have to really be more careful with my body.. from top to bottom...

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  10. ginny: that is the problem.. not pretty enough.. hahaha..


    stp: good grief.. ask my son to give up job to take care of me? hahaha.. no la.. I am not staying alone, still got company.. ahem.. ahemmm...

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  11. Yea, must go slow la! Listen to our body~

    The 'spoon' method is quite effective I heard? But me very kiasi, I won't try it cause of the marks it'll leave on my skin!

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  12. aiyo..take care.. dont push too much.. let others help you to carry those heavy things.

    Get well soon.. :)

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  13. Yaloh, you need to be more careful. No more superwoman, take things easily. Pass the heavy work to hubby.

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  14. sharon: maybe this weekend...


    hayley: that spoon one is memang effective if got wind.. really red..


    claire: yes, i forgotten I cannot carry too heavy stuff.. sigh..


    rose: hahaha.. now slow woman.. no super..

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  15. yaicks another misfortune claire? you should take more precautions next time okay good thing is god is with you

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  16. Ouch...that's painful, Claire.

    Get well soon, and be extra careful ok. Hugs

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  17. Wah! You thought you are Wonder Woman trying to lift 10kgs of iron? Try to lift Arthur up first. Lol

    Hey you used Yoko Yoko or Yoko Ono...sigh!

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  18. Hope you are feeling better now. Even the young have to be careful when lifting heavy things. Cannot bend the back but must bend the knees to carry heavy things or else the backbone will suffer.

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  19. Kuat sar.....that is what i do when got yit hei or not well...after that drink hor yan hor...sure ok liao...

    but you sprained wor...can kuasar meh?

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