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1 hour ago, jt07 said:

Still sick because of the heat and humidity. Really could use a storm to cool things off.

We just got a storm, but it did not cool things off.  Sadly, this is typical of my area during late Spring and during the Summer.  It's surprised a few people who move here from lands where the weather makes sense.

At least monsoon (not literal) season hasn't hit. 

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I liked the monsoon season out in New Mexico, and the funniest thing was that the first and only time I was in a flash flood was in the middle of the desert! Ah, gotta love that rocky soil.

I am seriously feeling ill and it can only be because of the heat. 

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I feel hydrated as I've been drinking unsweetened tea or water all day.  I don't typically stay hydrated enough.  

My mom and I ate hotdogs for dinner.  They were jumbo!  It was such a nice treat.  

It's too bad that the memorial day parade is cancelled tomorrow because of rain.  :-(  I was going to walk into town and enjoy it after breakfast at Starbucks.  

There's supposed to be storm tonight and tomorrow.  I'm excited about that.

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7 hours ago, empty inside said:

i'm so bored, but at the same time i feel like i'm incapable of actually doing anything.

I know that feeling and I hate feeling like it.


Right now I am trying to get rid of a headache.  Not really up to talking to anyone today (if someone comes to my door ... very rare fortunately).


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My brush pens arrived in the mail.  I penned a mermaid but I don't like it.  

I had a nice piece of salmon at Applebee's.  

It did not rain today as predicted

im my in bed with my two cats.  Living the dream.

i have stuff planned for later including a tv show tonight.

I feel okay 

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Feel good because I fed the fish, washed up, took out the trash, cleaned the cat litter, took my night meds- and now I'm in my pajamas soaking up the darkness.  lol 

I'm walking with my friend tomorrow morning and then we are swimming in my moms pool.  Then lunch.  Hurray!  

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Went through about a 3 hour period where I was feeling really bad physically. I thought I was dying. Had no strength and thought I was going to pass out. I'm feeling better now. Mentally, I'm doing ok.

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2 minutes ago, Rabbit37 said:

Very bleary. I accidentally bought the regular decongestant, instead of the non-drowsy. 

Interesting, I'm going to have to pay more attention in the future.  I thought the non-drowsy was the default and the regular was what the pharmacists held onto because of the pseudoephedrine leads to meth issue. 


Im currently quite exhausted, which is problematic because I have a therapy session shortly (1 pm) and that will make me even more tired and then I have to drive home.  At least I'm not driving into the office and then going home from there after a few hours of work, but it's still pretty bad.  And I got 9.5 hours of sleep. Sigh.

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Dances, this was from the pharmacist. I had to give them the card from the shelf, and give my driver's license, and sign that I won't sell it on the street. I just somehow thought "nowadays" sudafed would be non-drowsy. My mistake. I'll bring my reading glasses with me next time.

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I am really in awe of myself today.  I got up around 9:30 and haven't layed  down until 20 minutes ago.

I walked 30 minutes briskly and then I swam laps at my moms pool.  I soaked up a little sun by the poolside and then went to lunch where I had a grilled chicken salad with olive oil and vinegar. 

From there I went to by clothes and got a pair of shorts for free with the purchase of another pair.  I also bought a light sage green tank top.  

I got home about 40 minutes ago. 

I hope I have turned over a new leaf.  


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