Friday, January 29, 2010

So much for that

So the plan was to ride on Wednesday. That didn't happen, because my neck was really hurting.

It wasn't necessarily because of the sawdust shoveling, but I'm sure it contributed to it. I had gone to my chiropractor on Monday for neck pain and had gotten some massotherapy as part of the treatment. She massaged some of the muscles really deep, and I figured my pain on Wednesday was soreness from the massage.

Thursday I was in a lot of pain, so I went in again and had another treatment, including massage therapy. I felt much better, and was thinking I could finally ride on Friday.

Except that today's high was around 20 degrees. I'd love to ride, but I need to breathe to do it, so I stayed home. We have company coming this weekend, plus I have to work, and it's not supposed to get any warmer, so I don't see any saddle time in my future. Looks like it will warmer up to the mid 30's in the middle of next week. Now that's a temperature I can handle.

You know, I had planned to take some lessons with one of my trainers students while my trainer was in Florida. The way this winter is going that might not happen. Blah. I'm not happy! Although I'm sure the horses don't mind the break. They just won't be happy when I make them go back to work!

3 comments:

achieve1dream said...

The cold is getting old lol. Let's move someplace warm haha! Have a good weekend and stay warm!

Abigail said...

Well, I just rediscovered this blog, and I'm glad I did! I've always been fascinated with dressage.

It seems like the weather is conspiring against your riding. I must say, I am not looking forward to dealing with winter weather once I move away from the south. Hopefully, things will warm up for you! I know how awful it is when you can't seem to make it into the saddle.

Rising Rainbow said...

Sorry to hear you aren't getting your saddle time in. Hope the weather warms up for you soon.

 
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