I went to urgent care last night. Left work early because I was so sick work was a struggle. C kept poking fun at me because I could barely talk and I kept trying to warm myself up by standing next to the pizza oven. They basically confirmed I had strep throat (honestly the most the lady did was look at my throat, listen to my breathing, and just said I had strep). No strep test was taken, but I pretty much assumed it was that anyways. So now I’m on antibiotics, again, and I took today off work (and since I’m seeing Ray, I’m off the next two days as well).
Another month down, one more to go. November wasn’t too bad, but I don’t think I accomplished as much as I had hoped to accomplish. The holidays tend to do that, not to mention my work schedule has been all over the place. But hey, we hired a new girl, and are hiring one more for weekends (because my manager said he hired her so I can spend weekends with Ray – legit only reason for that). I’m feeling a little more optimistic now, 2018 is going to be filled with some changes.
October is coming to a wrap already, how crazy is it that we’re so close to the end of the year? It seems like it just started, didn’t it? 2018, hold up. Crazy enough, I’m sort of stoked for the holidays this year, so bring it on November. You can keep the cold away, though. The last two months I’ve kept up with this theme of the highs and lows of the month.
I’m failing myself a bit by doing this, but tonight’s theme was “night sky,” and as much as I would love to take photos of the sky, I wasn’t thinking when I set this challenge. It’s Friday night and Homecoming weekend, so there’s people everywhere. This is an excuse, but I’m so tired and I would rather wait for a night where the moon is out to try for nighttime photos anyways. I’ve never shot the sky at night, but I’ve been itching to practice long exposures.
September is quickly coming to an end, and that means that I’ve made it through another month of blogging everyday. How crazy is that? It’s been almost two months since I brought this blog back from the dead. I’m so thankful to all the people who have started following me, and who continue to keep up with my posts and who write me comments. You guys help inspire me to keep on writing!
Have you ever started writing a post, and realized that you’ve completely lost what you meant to talk about? I just did that. Wrote everything all out and realized nothing really followed and I had no idea what I was trying to write.
I’m feeling inspirational today, and I wanted to send a message of positive vibes out. I wanted to say that it’s okay to be you, to be different, to be human. Let your flaws shine, you’re beautiful. Sometimes it takes us longer than we mean to understand the meaning of this. We care so much about what other people think of us.
If you’ve already made the mistake to drink too much in one night – friends want to stay out, drinks are free (or being offered – who says no?) or whatever the case. You drank too much. Here are some tips that I’ve found work best for me. Everyone has their own little way of nursing a hangover.