I can read Sam's mind (wendy) wrote,
I can read Sam's mind

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day is done, gone the sun

I made roasted broccoli today, which was delicious. I also "processed" a bunch of fresh veggies so I have salad stuff to take to work. Oh, I also roasted some rainbow carrots. Pretty!

So I spent all morning doing that, and then for lunch I ate cheese and crackers and grapes instead of the healthy stuff, and for dinner I had homemade vanilla bean ice cream and a fresh peach. Delicious. But not what I'd planned! Oh well.

I've been trying to find a reason for my anxiety and depression dips and had hoped (not quite the right word) that it would be thyroid-related. But I had it tested yesterday and it's still within normal levels. I guess I need to talk to someone about doing SOMETHING but I don't know who and the whole process intimidates me. I've taken anti-depressants before and did not have good results AT ALL. On the other hand, the nice squished down baseline of having no feelings at all sounds pretty appealing right now.

Reading a really great book -- The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen. I'm only about 100 pages in but completely enraptured. I think you should read it too so we can discuss!

My parents are on the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls today. Mom texted a few days ago that she made it up Macchu Picchu with only a small scrape. She's hit 10,000 steps before noon every day of their trip so far! Amazing. I am in awe of them.

I want so badly to see Jurassic World this weekend and I think I'm going to have to wait. Tomorrow I start working eight days in a row without a break. BLERGH. It is what it is.

I have good friends, in case you didn't know. So grateful. ♥
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