As I was reading your description I was thinking "she's got kidney stones", very familiar. Some years ago I was in so much pain at work I was lying on my office floor. Managed to get up and go to another office where a friend got the manager to call the local EMT's, ambulance ride to the ER. My thought at the time was "It must be a kidney stone, too deep in my back for a pulled muscle". One doesn't often pull a back muscle sitting in their chair at a computer anyway.They finally got it right and can sort me out! Assuming it is kidney stones, if anyone is curious to know - for me, those two episodes at least, definitely worse than labour.
"They" being the key term. I believe the APA has decided "self blue" is THE proper name. I think some that developed the color wanted it to be "lavender" and lost that fight. But they still use lavender.self blue (aka lavender - really wish they’d use consistent terms )
Celsius, so cold, but not winter-coat, scarf, gloves and a good hat kind of cold - for me, anyway. I often don’t bother with much more than a jacket and hoodie until February lol. (Even then, I sometimes don’t bother. I’m very cold tolerant.)I assume that is 3° C (~= 37° F). 3° C is pretty cool but not too bad if the wind isn't blowing. 3° F (~= -16° C) is COLD!