It's after eleven and I'm headed to bed. I feel very sleepy, not the overwhelming exhaustion that I've been feeling so often recently, but just the good tiredness of having done things (even the very minor things we did). It seems like it's been such a long day. In a few minutes I'll be in bed, snuggled with the cats, slowly drifting off into dreamland--no nightmares tonight, I hope.
I'm beginning t0 eat more normally and I'm hopeful we'll be able to get out to a few of Providence's good restaurants. Just being away for a few days will feel good--a change of scene rather than these four walls. If she's feeling better, Lisa should be coming today to give me my massage, and I think I'm still feeling the good effects of Monday's acupuncture.
Feeling stronger of course also makes my mood go up. The trick will be to learn to stay calm when the body is going downhill...not sure if I can do that yet, but I need to work on it.