OH MY GOODNESS. I limp around like a person with a sore foot.
And it aches like crazy man.
At work I plan the excursions that will take me away from my desk.
...I need to go to the printer. And eventually I'll have to drop in at so-and-so's office. But my glass of water is still half full. So I'll wait til I need water as well, and then I'll do all three things at the same time.
Silly way to work.
ANYWAY, with The Foot being such a liability, walking is not an optional evening activity for the foreseeable future.
And it's winter anyway. Time to hibernate, apparently.
On Friday? I came home from work, made myself supper (a steak and bowl of Special K cereal), then went down to my bedroom, hopped on my bed (fully dressed, still wearing boots) and messaged a friend. It was 6:16 pm, "Hi, if you're bored and want to see a movie, let me know as I am bored and want to see a movie."
She responded 4 minutes later but I didn't get the message because I was fast asleep. By 6:20 pm.
I woke up at 10:30 pm. Fully rested.
So I had a shower, snooped around the internet, did some reading, and next thing I know? It's 6:00AM. I fell asleep. And slept and slept 8 solid hours, and woke up refreshed at 2:00 pm.
I know. I know.
There's nothing you can say that I haven't already told myself.
Steak and cereal is not a balanced meal.
It's now 4:25 am.
Not even a little bit.
So let's blog shall we?
Know what I've been washing my hair with for the past month or so?
Drew popped in tonight:
|Taking a hard hat selfie.|
I haven't seen him since Christmas, so we had lots to talk about.
He stayed til after 1:00 am.
So that was lovely.
Three things I'm thankful for:
1. The Joshua series at church is so good. Listen online. If you want.
2. Seeing a doctor this week about my foot. Hoping they don't have to amputate.
3. Supper tomorrow with the kids.