She fell asleep early last evening with her strap-on on. (You're minds went straight to the gutter I bet). She was about 2 hours into charging her internal battery when she fell off to sleep, she remembers she still had about 4 to go the last time she checked her hand held base unit.
She finally got comfortable on her back, which she hasn't slept on since her surgery. She did put a pillow beneath her. When charging one has to be still or the disk will slip and she has to re sync it. She can walk around while charging and if she could actually walk better charging would be easier, the time would go by faster and there wouldn't be pressure against her internal battery which is also one of the fresh incisions right now. So it's a little painful to have the disk pressing up against it. The disk has to be able to communicate with her butt or er internal battery.
When she woke she was fully charged and it didn't slip. She has to try to sleep on her back more so that the lead will take properly to the spine. Right now, when she sits up she has a habit of leaning forward. This habit came from being in severe pain so many times it became her comfort zone. To bend forward and rock. But this isn't good for the lead. When she leans forward the stimulation decreases which means if she continues to do this while the wires are taking to the spine, it will always be that way even after healing.
She has to do better to be on her back. She sleeps on her left side most always with a body pillow between her legs, actually so that the right leg is elevated. Sleeping on her right side, she can feel the box in her butt, okay it's a battery, it's a box to this one. She does still turn to her right from time to time though. Can't stay in one position long.
cali misses her Master
She woke when she did about 1:00a.m because her daughter brought her home a terriyaki bowl (not sure how to spell that).
She carefully stood up as not to biff it again, unstrapped, put it away back to the main base unit, went to the bathroom and came back to her room. Turned on the tv, nothing but infomercials.
Was thinking it might be nice to ask for a Magic Bullet (not that kind pervs, had one and broke it) the kitchen kind. Seems like it would really make cooking and prepping much easier. And the fruit and veggie smoothies. Yum.
So am awake for now, but still tired.
Our son starts Boxing this week coming up. It will be good for him. This one's uncles are famous boxers. The Romero Brothers from the 40's. They are in the boxing hall of fame. Jackie, Tomboy and Elwood. They were called the Fighting Romero's of Sacramento. All the brothers are deceased now. We were all very close when one was younger. Master met them all as well.
This ones grandma, sister of the brothers, has the golden gloves.
Dad boxed as well but never went that far. The brothers raised this ones Dad. So he was in the arena's all the time.
Our son is 12. It will give him good discipline. He asked to do boxing instead of karate. Of course there's no thoughts of glory, but kids have to have dreams. Won't take that from him, instead encourage him. For us it's the idea of a good disciplined sport of sorts. His trainer is a man who boxed for 30 years. Master will be meeting him on Tuesday.
Well Tales from the Dark Side is on now.. and better than an infomercial so will peek at that while checking emails.
Until next time..