I got my B-12 shot this morning and went from the clinic directly to the gym. I haven't been to the gym for several weeks, and I really need to get back on track. It will be difficult working around medical appoints that seem to be compounding, as well as the Christmas holidays. I really do want to make a strong effort to keep moving as well as doing the upper body training.
I was up fairly early this morning and can feel the drowsiness creeping up. I'm going to try to work through it and not take a nap. After a month of the thyroid medicine and the B-12, I find I need much less sleep, which I'm very happy about.
I wrote to one of my senators about an issue that is important to me, and received a reply that is a big insult to my intelligence. So I tried to reply to that reply, and got nowhere. I guess you have only one shot to get a point across to your congressperson, and they have the last word. I could probably figure out a fix for it but I don't even care enough to try. This happened to be one of the senators I might vote to re-elect, but not now. What a worthless bunch they all are! (Well, most of them anyway.)
I just had a nice long telephone conversation with Ara. She will be coming back to Sacramento for Autie's birthday in about two weeks and will be here for Christmas, and I am so anxious to see her again.
I am able to open the front door for a short while with just the screen door letting in some "fresh" air. I put that in quotes because it doesn't smell very fresh when you are actually outdoors in it. I feel like I'm being cheated out of enjoying the outdoors as I once did, but the odor from whatever they spray is really bad. It begins to dissipate about now, but I am not taking any chances with being any more exposed than I am.
I ate so much for lunch today that I wonder if I'll be hungry at all by dinner time. I'll probably make a skimpy supper and let it go at that.
We've crossed the midweek line and now will be heading into the weekend! I really think time is speeding up!