Forgot to add:
-Was fairly anxious this morning, about jury duty and from lack of sleep (Hulky kept me awake for a while, I passed out sometime around 1AM after he started puking). Did a lot of mental beratement and started to compose a journal entry in my head while driving. It pissed me off so I channel surfed the radio until I could distract myself. That worked well, I felt fine once the route changed and I felt more engaged by driving. Aside from nerves
-I think I will get some almond butter to have an apple or banana with almond butter while I'm at the court, or I'll get a bag of macadamias (haven't had them on their own before). I might have to stick with "snacks" instead of lunches for the next couple of weeks, unless I can make something big-ish, and leave it in the fridge at work to re-heat once I get in during the afternoon. A stew would probably be best. I'll work on that this weekend.
[QUOTE=namelesswonder;1102257] My aunt is vegetarian now, after getting blood tests after my dad's heart attack in 2011 and finding that her cholesterol was very high as well, so we'll probably make some kind of fish for dinner while we're up there. I haven't made fish in a while, but when I did, I doused it in butter. They might not go for that...[/QUOTE]
You should show your aunt the research that shows bad blood work is typically caused by a high carbohydrate diet. ;)
Have fun on jury duty. I'd do it without much complaint, but I'll never get picked. The prosecution would LOVE me but the defense would throw me out in a second. I've got a degree in law enforcement. But, I could always keep that a secret if the case was intriguing enough! :)
Oh wait... probably have to take an oath during the selection process in which case I'd be perjuring myself by keeping it quiet... dang it!
Hulky thinks he might've gotten food poisoning when he had dim sum on Monday. Apparently two other people got sick after going out with him at the same place. He started feeling bad Monday night. He generally has an iron stomach, so his symptoms aren't as noticeably bad as one might expect from food poisoning. He has nothing left to come out, but he's got the ab spasms, chills, and general achy-ness. I am tempted to give him one of my Threelac packets, but I don't know if it would do anything helpful anyway.
I gave him some chicken broth (1/2 homemade, 1/2 store bought). I'll let him have some more in 2-3 hours if it is sitting okay. I hope he can start eating tomorrow. He's been drinking water all day, not as much as he needs, but at least it's staying down now.
He's been sick a lot the past few months. It probably has something to do with his semi-nocturnal schedule and 18 hr days.
I realized just now that I haven't been seriously sick in years. I've had a few colds here and there, I've had some "off" days, but those were usually from stress or lack of sleep. I've taken tons of mental health days, but nothing for a really bad illness. Maybe just a bad cold once last year. This has nothing to do with primal, apparently I'm just awesome like that. Last major bug I remember having was sophomore year in college, but it's possible I've had something since then and am just not remembering.
I have to go out again tonight for coconut oil and eggs.
Feeling really fucking anxious this morning. Got to the courthouse and realized that I'd forgotten my engagement ring. Note I feel ten times worse.
Jury duty was sufficiently distracting. I didn't feel nervous in the box, just uncomfortable. It's very weird, being there. I keep thinking about Law & Order. I think I'm going to write in my blog about the process & the trial (when it's over). I'll be sure to let you goes know when I post!
Still feel awkward without my ring. Eating a nuked sweet potato right now. I had a Larabar during the snack & potty break at 11AM. I have enough for a few more days at trial, but I think I need to bring some fruit too. I think I'll need to get myself a legit lunchbox with a freezer pack so I can have something "refrigerated" for lunch. Otherwise, I'll make something big and stash it at work. I wouldn't be able to bring it in until Tuesday, though, since Monday, I'll be at court all day.
Hulky went to the ER today. They gave him 2 liters (intravenous) of water, something to prevent vomiting, crackers & ginger ale. He was there for at least two hours, I think. So, no work again. Not sure if he went to class before the ER, or straight to ER on his way to class? He is really worried about having missed all this work (at least 3 days in the past couple of weeks). His tax return might have to be reserved for just getting by, instead of paying off his car a bit quicker. I just want him healthy. I am worried about him.
I just realized that by this weekend, I'll have had my period for over 3 weeks, maybe close to 4. I'm going to call my doctor's office in the AM. I feel a bit stupid for having waited this long, but it just wasn't a priority with everything else that has been going on in my life. It's been over a month since I took the emergency contraceptive.
I don't know if I should keep taking the Vitex.
wow - you have a LOT happening! I hope fiance' starts to feel better soon, food poisoning can take a while to overcome. Don't beat yourself up over the ring - it will happen - after 11 years of marriage I still forget my rings on some days! yes, I feel nekid without it! Its sounds like you are taking care of your dietary needs while doing the jury thing - good for you! It take planning and planning and planning when your schedule gets all upset like this.
Sending happy/healthy vibes your way! :)
If I let slip how long it's been since a trip to the lady-parts doctor... I'd probably get beaten.
Yeah I need to go.
I was really busy year before last!
And I was busy last year...
And the year before all that I had classes scheduled out the wazoo... and...
I really NEED to go. :eek:
I'm sure you'll be fine.
Good to get checked up on though.
I've always had wonky periods so on the odd occasion when I bleed/spot extra long or skip month... I just ignore it.
Maybe not the best policy, but when you have a long history of inconsistency... meh.
I have a history of consistency, so I probably should have been worried before. But who knows, with the Vitex being fairly new, and the emergency contraceptive not being a usual thing.
I think I'm going to stop taking the Vitex for the next few days until I can see the doc.