Suddenly I am impossibly tired.
I decided I had better sit down and eat properly before heading home. It was really good but I'm finding I have no spoons to run the rest of my errands! Eep!
I have really had it with this continuously feeling lousy ON TOP of my already chronic pain and other symptoms. Tomorrow I'll start trying to get an appointment with my doctor again. It would be nice to find out if there's something wrong or if it's just tension and stress.
Going to try to push through. All I have left to do is stop in Pinole on my way home for groceries and allergy meds (I'll see how I feel when I get that far) then Crockett to drop off packing supplies for friends.
I'd gladly pay you Spoonday for some energy today.
ME: Yes. When your body says, "STOP!" it's not kidding around!
I have many friends who understand all too well what I am going through!
Finally! Nothing better than coming home to my own cuddly kitty who is gurgle-purring up a storm!
Matthew: that cat looks like it's barely tolerating you. cute pix tho'.
Me: That's pretty much LiLi's normal expression. It's the reason one of her nicknames is, Grumpitha!
MORRIGHAN: Goats don't like to be alone. I raised them for several years. They need a friend.
ME:If itis a goat, it may not be here for long. I'm afraid to ask. I grew up in the central valley and sometimes latino families would bring home a goat for a quinceanera or other event and slaughter it to cook shortly before the party. I'm hoping they have it here for milk and that there's a buddy.
GINA: That goat is probably dinner.
TAMMY: Can you get milk for cheese?
ME: Doubtful. I still haven't been able to score any eggs!
*** Note I heard this goat sound off and on for months. By the end I was pretty sure it was a feral cat that had a strange bleating vocalization.
Looks like at least 10 of you had cows after watching. Now let's see if I have a cow too.
GINA: Game of porn? That's a new one.
ME: I came up with that name after watching the first few episodes.