Okay, I'm going to finally start up with my Three Thanks again. I don' t know why it is so easy to let things that I know are important slip. Today was a loooong day. We had our CPR recertification class right after work, so I was there from eight-thirty this morning until almost eight-thirty at night. That is far too long to be at work. But I'm home now. Alone. Sniff. Joe is working tonight. The good news is that he isn't working tomorrow night. Yay! Oh, get this. You know how yesterday was a tiring day and I got all of those doctor's appts. out of the way? Well I'm not sure what happened, but about a half hour after I got my flu shot I started not feeling so good. Kind of tired and achy, with a headache. After I came home and wrote last night's post, I went in a took a shower. When I got out I was so sleepy that I told Joe I was going to go and lay in bed and read a magazine. At 6:30. By 7:15 I was dead asleep and I didn't get up until this morning at seven o'clock! Can you believe that? Although it is true that people with my type of kidney disease consistently need ten or more hours of sleep per night(yeah, that's gonna happen), I honestly don't think I have ever gone to bed(and sleep!) at seven fifteen. I think it may have been a reaction to the flu shot because my arm was hurting and I felt pretty lousy overall. I feel just fine today. Weird. At least I'm well rested! It's only nine o'clock now and I'm about ready to turn in for the night. Here are my Three Thanks:
1. I am thankful that the fires in my neck of the woods seem to be lessening. The winds have died down too.
2. I'm thankful my husband isn't working a Friday night this week.
3. I'm thankful to have been logged in for a whole year already. Regardless of how long this wait gets, we have one year behind us. Considering the obstacles we faced in even gettin gto DTC, that feels like quite an accomplishment.