Up close and personal 

I had a pretty nasty fall a few weeks ago. The outcome of that fall was legs that looked like this. 

I know, right? Ouchie ouch ouch!

The bruising has subsided enough now that the pain and damage can  begin to be treated. But when does a single mumma who works find time to get to the physio? They come to you!

This awesome service in Sydney {Go Go Physio} provide in home physio. It’s no more expensive than going to a clinic but they do appointments at times to suit you. They are also kid and dog friendly. Win win winning!

Luckily they are also super confident in their treatment techniques – particularly given the amount of small human and canine supervision going on.

Never ones to miss an opportunity for extra loves, Bella and Beary realised that mumma laying face down on the treatment table meant two idle alarms free for scratchies. {Apologies to Beary for the extra tight squeeze when the acupuncture needle hit the spot.}

Then Bella discovered the real reason for the face hole in the treatment table. You thought it was so you could breathe while laying face down, didn’t you?

Well my friends, you’re wrong. 

The hole is there so your pup pal can get under the table and lick your nose!

You’re welcome.

About bumpyroadtobubba

Mumma to Poppy Grace (born January 2011); forever friend to my furry buddies Bella & Bear; love spending time with family & friends, cooking, reading, writing, design & watching trashy TV (when I find time)! I try to perform one random act of kindness each day & think more people should learn a lesson in unconditional love & acceptance from our 4-legged furry friends. This is my journey to motherhood & beyond - single by chance, mother by choice.
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7 Responses to Up close and personal 

  1. dogdaz says:

    Oh my. Now that looks terrible. It is good to have some licks and cuddles, but no fun to be in such pain. 😦

  2. Oh, no!!!!!!!!
    Yes, well, they do tend to create new [and very pleasant] uses for things, don’t they?
    Wishing you a swift recovery. [guaranteed with all those licks!] 😉

  3. Sounds like the perfect way to feel better! Sorry to not have been around for while – had I know you couldn’t be trusted to keep safe I would have checked back in a while ago!

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