Awesome! I really wanted to see the sculpture, etc, here. I know we have the Vatican stuff in the morning and then lunch, so maybe the 5:00 time just to be on the safe side? BUT it looks like the museum closes at 7:30. Do we think two 1/2 hours is enough to get through? You take pictures of 1/2 and I'll take pictures of the other 1/2 and then we'll get through no problem! I think the museum is on some pretty nice grounds, too, which will be nice. Any chance to see some greenery! Have included Wiki link just in case anyone is interested and wanted a quick read up on the museum and grounds. LOVE Wiki! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galleria_Borghese http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Borghese_gardens In other news: Had MAJOR breakthrough in PT yesterday. Brian (PT guy) was finally able to find out exactly what's wrong with me and was able to recreate the pain in my arm. We've been working on my arm for a while and making some small progress, but now that we've zeroed in on where exactly the problem originates I find that I'm...um...well, less than thrilled. Since this is a family board. You can read what you like into my ellipses. Apparently my arm pain is a symptom of what's wrong and tennis elbow is not actually my problem. My actual problem is my C5/6 disc in my neck is protruding/bulging/blown out/looks like a smashed jelly doughnut. Awesome! Now I realize that in the overall scope of things this is not so bad. With some PT things and good self-management (easier said than done) I'll keep on keeping on. I don't even get a handicapped parking sticker for my car. Bummer. So I need to get my big girl pants on. I know it. But following on the heels of finding out that I can't dye my hair my nice dark brown anymore because I've developed an acute reaction to hair dye that could actually kill me I'm just feeling a bit, oh, I don't know, what's the word, hmmm, old? Dude, I'm way too cute for gray hair! Now I have a bulging disc and grey hair, bleh! I say bleh to that!!!!