I hope you all had a great weekend! Did you do anything fun?? My weekend consisted of…
Friday – I attended a wedding 🙂 ! It was very cold and rainy for a barn/rustic wedding but I am very happy for the couple. Yayyy.
Saturday – Thank goodness was warmer, let’s see…I woke up to a text from Caterpillar (for another day) and did some adult things! I got my car serviced so she is happy and filled with new fluids now and can quit flashing the service light at me – yeeessssh so needy. This also took about 2 damn hours, the next place I go to will be beside a bar or restaurant… Just saying.
I started going down hill later in the evening and I think it was because of my Friday night continuous jitterbug dance (aka: shivering). I could see my breath in the wedding venue, I just want that to be noted. The beer did not help matters, perhaps a hot toddy should have been the “featured drink.” Ah, Ohio weather, you really know how to mess up plans.
Anyway, so I rested the rest of the evening and watched some Netflix as usual with the puppers. Then I really started going down hill – again. I have mentioned my battle with the raging allergies and pollen over the past few weeks and I have a suspicion that all the congestion has progressed into an infection. I have finally decided that I am going to the clinic to get checked out since well… I am part zombie at the moment. I hope they can help a girl out.
Sunday – I literally slept all day. I would wake up to take my meds, re-adjust my blankets/pillows/dogs and to grab some crackers. That was about it my friends. I needed to work in the flower beds but….it just did not happen. Maybe next weekend? After I obtain a sexy respirator/mask to help with the allergens.
Instagram Mental Health Challenge Update – In my Mental Health Awareness post, I mentioned that I signed up for Kenzie Brenna’s “Self Love Boot-Camp.” We are given a daily post challenge to help promote mental health awareness. So far, I think it has been good for me and many others. I hate “having” to post something on Insta every day, but it does help promote thought and build such a great community. I have been contacted by a couple other “bootcampers” if you will during this process and the love and support that comes from these strong individuals is incredible.
Many have multiple mental health issues and are still fighting today. If you have the chance, please check out the hashtag #selflovebootcamp on Insta and read some of these amazing stories, add a comment of support, repost something you love or facts – I am sure the participants would love it :). Keep spreading the word my friends!
I hope to hear from all of you and your weekend fun!