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Mondays are still never dull

My hubby has been sick for a week. He finally went to the doctor this morning. A nasty sinus infection. So he is on the couch in the living room on antibotics and allergy medicine--all prescribed. He is loopy and sleepy. So there was no grass cutting. He is allergic to fresh cut grass.

So I am on a mission to find juice and soup plus find out if Earth, Wind and Fire has another concert in the area soon. My mom has caught the concert bug. This is shaping up to be a busy week. I am embracing life as a freelancer. I had the last of the fish sticks and mac and cheese for lunch. Brought a real nice cookbook for a $1 at a local consignment shop. Plus the owner is interested in any baby stuff or clothing I have. He said strollers, potty chairs and seats go quick at his story. I'll have to check around the house and at my in-laws.

My ED has been acting up today with the whisperings. Yesterday, I ate a lot of junk and some nutritious stuff. I know my ED would love for me to skip eating today but I am not giving it the satisfaction. Yesterday, I had a great day. And today, it is pretty decent except for the snake and not being able to cut grass. I have been working on a letter to my Ed for my therapist. I'll probably share it soon.

Daily Dose

1. The Librarians at my local library. They rock!!!!

2. Wendy's Frosty


  1. Oh, yes, the ED can whisper those sweet nothings like nobody else, huh? It's hard to resist, but I think the whispers get quieter and quieter if you do...I'd love to read your letter to your ED!

  2. Hi Silly Girl,

    I'm just dropping in to say "Hi" and see how you're doing.

    Like Kim said, I would also love to read your letter to your ED.

    Have a great week. I'll see you again soon.

  3. I hope your "missions" are successful!!

    Sorry about those annoying whispers... but you are strong enough to not give in to them.

    <3 <3

  4. I think everyone has something whispering at them - I know I sure do, tho its not ED. Staying focused and busy thinking present moment stuff helps me - tho Godonlyknows the focus part is a struggle in itself!


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