June 16 2018:
What a treat for Thomas and I tonight. A Taste of India dinner at Moon Rabbit Cafe. This is a Pay-What-You-Can Cafe and all the proceeds stay with the center.
For starters, Alootikki with onion and mint tamarind chutneys. Followed by chicken Biryani for Thomas and veggie Biryani for me. Finishing with a sweet Basmati rice pudding and a hot cuppa Masala chai tea.
Deep gratitude to chefs Nick Purewal and Jay Modha!!! Where do these amazing chefs usually cook? Anyone know? This food was absolutely amazing!!! Thank you Reno Buddhist Center for tonight’s A taste of India dinner!!!
After our lovely dinner Thomas and I stopped by Audrey Harris Park.
Do I look like I just had a serious physical trauma? I slipped backwards on the rocks on a downhill slope while trying to take a photo and fell so dam* hard on my bottom that I nearly passed out.
Had to lay in the car until the dizziness subsided. I was going to leave once I was able to drive, yet Thomas knows that taking photos feeds my soul. And he probably sensed I needed a bit more time. Holy he**!!
Falling hard on your butt is a most excruciating pain in the butt!!! Think I may wake up with whiplash too. Oh my gosh!
Beautiful view though!!!
June 18 2018:
Second day post fall – Parts of the body that hurt when one falls backwards on a downward slope, landing hard on one’s bottom: Ankles, calves, knees, thighs, bottom, lower back, upper back, elbows, palms of hands, shoulders, upper back, neck.
And, it hurts one’s bottom when one sneezes! When one has this type of fall, sneezing should be outlawed. No more sneezing!
Plus, a PSA: Flip flops DO NOT mix well with loose rocks on a downward slope when one decides to squat so as to get the perfect photo.
However, I do feel better and by week’s end should be much, much better!! xoxo
**July 18 2018: Update – I’ll be seeing a doctor next week so as to get a referral for craniosacral therapy (OT) and perhaps a bit of PT to make sure I’m all good from the fall. I have not seen a doctor in about 10 years so this will be interesting … xoxo