After all this my back is generally killing and I can’t wait to sit down but then the train seats aren’t exactly the most comfortable and I have the usual problem that my back can’t bend and mould to the seat so it’s usually an uncomfortable journey.
Don’t get me wrong I had a really fun weekend away and I’m happy that I can do all these things but going away on the train is still not the easiest. It’s not much of a problem if I’m with someone who can help with my case or not mind sitting down with me throughout the day while I rest my back.
It’s annoying sometimes as I might want to visit friends who live in another part of the country for the weekend but it would be quite difficult for me to do by myself if I had to go on the train.
Hopefully the more I do it though, the easier it will get in time.
I had scoliosis surgery in 2010 and blog about my experiences living with scoliosis. My aim is to raise awareness of scoliosis and help and inspire others with the condition.
2 thoughts on “Weekend Away”
Hi Louise 🙂
I'm sorry your weekend away was so difficult. =/ Would you say that the benefits of the surgery have outweighed the disadvantages yet? Or is there still some room for improvement?
I think that overall the benefits have outweighted the disadvantages, I believe that I'm still recovering and will improve over time with the more I do.:)