Getting back into the swing
A good night's sleep last night. I woke feeling rested, though I still have some of those mystery pains. I am certain that some of them are from the extra driving I have been doing. My body is just not used to many consecutive hours in the car. And then there are the digestive pains, stress pains, who knows what all. Hopefully, in a couple of weeks they will all be gone.
I remember back at Christmas time, how I got the heartburn after some serious bad eating, and it took a week of good eating to go away. I am wondering if my fall into a box of Girl Scout cookies set something off that is just going to take a while for my body to recover from. Again, what is amazing is that I was USED TO all these symptoms as my normal not so long ago. Now that I usually feel great, it is a real shock when I get out of whack. You know, humans are pretty tough, to survive all the shit we do to ourselves.
Here was yesterday:
Up at 5:30 (choppy sleep)
Water: 12 glasses
Pains(just to keep track) from 2:15 on, after getting back into the car!
Bed at 9:30
By the time I went to bed I was already thinking of what I could eat this morning(bratwurst and greens). Woke not hungry, but now, at 8:30 I am feeling it and wondering if I should have a small breakfast and a later sashimi lunch, or power through and eat my fish early. Decisions, decisions!
We got EXCELLENT news regarding Middlest yesterday. I will be floating on air for a few weeks, I think. Planning a celebratory lunch this Saturday. She gets to choose, but her favorites are...SUSHI, so I think I may get a double dip this week. :)
For those of you following along at home, I have missed a few days of doing projects. So, if you think New year's Resolutions require perfection, I have FAILED. But I view it as a process. I am still getting projects done, at a slower pace, and am confident that I will get back to it as I am feeling better. Just as I decided not to fast at the beginning of this month because I was having extra stress, so too, I feel there's no point in making the projects a new stress. They are supposed to help me feel on top of things. That said, next week is spring break, and I am planning on ripping up the carpet in the hallway, and putting down laminate flooring. The ripping up is one project, new floor another, and all the finishing details, a third.
Sushi for the girls and Honey last week was crab and yellowtail tuna. This week it will be crab and eel. I am loving that roll maker!