It's a normal pay weekend. I've gotten up, paid bills, talked to one daughter, and am about to head out to run errands.
Once the errands are done, I'm going to be sitting at the computer to work on several projects. I'm avoiding my phone which is telling me the two games I've been playing are ready for me to play again - my lives are full now.
It's funny how I have to have a game tell me my life is full. Yes - it is. From my work, to my hobbies, to my family - I'm busy. I have a lot going on and some days I'm lacking in energy and ambition.
Motivation is key today and tomorrow. I have a lot I want to clear off my to do list in the hopes of feeling like I'm moving forward with these projects.
Went to the rheumatologist yesterday - Ken came with me which was nice. She wants me on a drug so I get to try a new drug to see if I break out, have other nasty side effects, or if my body can tolerate it. If I can take it, I get to wait weeks (up to three months) before we know if it's helping. I'm not optimistic but at the same time I know something has to change.
For the first time in over a month, I'm going to sort through coupons, make a grocery list, and send Ken off to the store with a detail list rather than "get what we need" comment. We've only been picking up the bare necessities while we've been helping Vicki move.
Lots to do today so I better get off the computer and head out for the errands. Hopefully they don't take long and I can be home soon to work on publishing, couponing, and the other tasks I have on my todo list.
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