I live in the Northeast, and Nemo dumped about a foot of snow on us. Mind you, nowhere near as bad as some parts got. So yesterday morning we went out and shoveled. A neighbor of ours was kind enough to use his snowblower on the plowed part next to the road. Lately I've been doing fairly well. I opted not to go X-country skiing, as my hands and wrists haven't been too well.
Last night I was trying to do my exercises, and realized that my shoulder was hurting, not the tendon type of hurt, but the joint type of hurt. This morning, I am in full pain in my shoulder, and my hips are acting up too. Aargh. Why can't things just be simple?
That's okay. I'm going to go snow-shoeing this morning with my neighbor's dog. No upper body stuff needed other than holding the leash, and she's well trained not to pull. I'll just keep it short, for both of our sakes. She's only 10 months old, a golden retriever.