We're in the midst of a cold snap. It was 4 degrees this morning. Yesterday I did morning chores and horses stayed in... I had to be careful to not touch the stall door latches with my bare hands when I was filling buckets because my hands were damp and they'd freeze to the metal. Blah.
Took my car in for oil change and service today... going to cost like $200. So that's great, coming in the same week as my board payment AND my farrier visit.
And to top things off, I haven't had a decent night's sleep in 6 nights. Thinking a pinched nerve? Result being that I wake up constantly with my shoulders aching, my funny bones feeling like they've been knocked into something, and my fingers being numb/tingly/painful. So I wake up, move around, try to get feeling back in my hands so they stop hurting and try to find a position that relieves the discomfort. If I'm lucky, I get about 5 hours of uninterrupted sleep before the pain and tossing and turning starts. It doesn't go away during the day, it's just a bit less painful. I spend half the day wishing someone would just cut my arms off to make it go away.
Oh, and Saturday night I was trimming a horse's feet and he slammed into me, bending my bad (previously broken) ankle in a direction it's not capable of bending.
It's been a rough week.