My head and body are waring with each other. I wish they’d cooperate.
My brain wants to:
- Work in the garden and plant the hydrangeas
- Sew my lovely new black and white chevron fabric into a cute little circle skirt with an aqua under skirt that will just barely peak out
- Sweep and mop the floors
- Mow the lawn
- Tackle a new embroidery project
- Study and take this week’s quiz so I can be done with the cardiovascular system
- Buy mulch to put in the front and side garden
- Finish getting the veggie garden ready (more weeding)
- Finish painting the master bathroom
- Organize my daughter’s closet
My body wants to:
- Take a nap
- Read my book
- Watch Phineas and Ferb with my son while my daughter naps
- Stay in bed and hope my left arch starts feeling better.
Realistically, what will happen with the rest of my day:
- My pathophysiology quiz
- Dinner with my in laws
- Cleaning the floors
- Maybe read a chapter or two of my book
I’m the kind of person with a major to do list each day and the majority of the items checked off by bedtime. I took it easy pre mini because I felt like I was getting sick and wanted to avoid a full blown infection at all cost. I’ve taken it easy since the mini because my body finally gave into the bacteria/virus that’s been lurking around and because I was so miserably sore the first 36 hours after running the mini. I’m feeling much better overall. I was quite pleased anticipating feeling up to going for a run tomorrow.
And then my left arch went bonkers last night. WTF?! Just a quick trip to the grocery store had me limping. And while, yes, I said I was feeling better overall, I still feel a little cruddy. Just some congestion, fatigue and a slight headache. Mentally, more than anything, I’m itching to go for a run. Even just a mile or two. Physically, I know I’m not up for it. Physically, I want a nap.