Did I say ow?  Actually, it wasn’t so much that I said it, but rather that I yelled/screamed it at the top of my lungs.

And it wasn’t “ow” that I scream either.

I do hope the neighbors can’t hear or they will be calling the police.

My back is seriously f’d up.  I can sit down ok, but then I can’t straighten up again when I go to stand.  Once I lay down, things calm down a bit, but one can only lay on their back for so long before going stark raving mad.

So here I am, sitting at the computer.  I will be in serious screaming pain when I try to get up again.

I am totally not counting any calories today.  I’m eating what I want and I don’t really give a damn.

Ofcourse, I can hardly make it to the kitchen, so my choices are limited.

Ooh!  Look what was within arm’s reach:

Very strange tasting chocolate.   Hopefully, its not Dead Sea sea salt.  Its not bad but the little chunks of salt hurt if you bite into them wrong.  Did ya notice they didn’t call it chocolate?  I don’t think they can because it contains salt.  Technically, its chocolate candy.  Candy with salt.

Ok.  That’s all I’ve got.  If you’ll excuse me, I have to go scream in agony for a little while.


  1. Oh that stinks, JOn. Did you do anything to hurt it? MOve a tv? Sneeze wrong?

  2. Btw, a touch of sea salt ewe…ewe…ewe

  3. chocolate flavored rock salt, definitely eww! I hope your back is feeling better.

  4. I hope your back is on the mend. Throwing out a back is a royal pain. I hope you can go to a PT or Chiro for it so you can move again.

  5. i’ve seen these bars… always curious about them but never curious to try! i’ll stick to my sweet, sweet chocolate instead :)

  6. Ouch. I’m so sorry your back is hurting so bad. On the chocolate front, I twisted my ankle last week (nothing compared to your back) and found myself eating a whole bar of organic dark chocolate. And I felt so much better afterwards (minus the guilt).

  7. I tried out the sea salt dark. It didn’t do anything for my sweet tooth or my salt cravings. I’m actually tempted to throw the rest of the bar away.