No, not THAT kind of therapy. Stop acting all disappointed, really, I'm completely sane. I started Physical Therapy for my shoulder pain yesterday. The facility was really nice, actually it looked like a really nice private gym. My therapist, Holly, was delightful. She showed me a whole bunch of strengthening exercises to do. We finished with a 5 minute super stretch and 15 minutes of hot/moist therapy with the electrode thingies attached. The funny part was that there were Boston Red Sox signs everywhere. One of the other therapists is from Amesbury MA - one town over. I didn't get to talk to her much but - man there are Massachusetts transplants all over the place. Anyway, everything felt great yesterday, today I'm a bit sore. They warn you that therapy hurts, WAH.
That leads me into my rant. We've been here in "the South" for 4 years. Skyler has been alive for 5 years. She's becoming dangerously susceptible to the drawl and it's driving me BATTY! She's taken to drawing out her words and using "ya'll". I correct her every time but she whines "they say it in schooool". Now I can't expect much because it's preschool but COME ON PEOPLE. I grew up in New England but somehow managed to never pick up the New England accent - (pahk your cah in Havahd yahd), I'm determined that my kids aren't going to sound like southerners. No offense to southerners although it's going to come out that way - but don't you just assume that the person is just slightly less intelligent when they start "ya'lling". My personal favorite that's quite common here is the plural possessive of ya'll, which is "ya'lls's", as in "Can I take ya'lls's order?" I'm not entirely sure of the exact correct spelling of ya'lls's, but that's probably about as good as any. SO - I'm in a battle with her TEACHERS to get her to speak correctly. For some reason Zack doesn't have the same problem. I'm keeping an eye on him though. She'd better start losing that crap once she gets into Kindergarten. If I hear an actual teacher come out with that I'm going to have a fit!