Oh my gosh! This energy that I have is so refreshing.... yet I still can't do everything, it's nice to not yawn 24/7. I've found that my cognitive issues seem to be improving. I'm of course not good cognitively in the morning and late at night because my medication is not in my system.... but something is something, right?
Yesterday we switched rooms with my father-in-law, who had the master bedroom. I now have room to walk in my room without falling... have a nice walk in closet and a bathroom to myself, with a big tub! ((just gotta get the hot water working in it)). It feels good to be able to come to my room and not worry about tripping over this and that. Though that is still a thought and possibility at times.... it's not every time.
I got myself an agenda book that I carry with me in my purse... it's smaller than the one I had before. This way i can write something down whenever needed, because it also came with a notepad, address book, etc. It's nice that there are things out there to accomodate my cognitive difficulty. I have it to where anything on my phone and or computer calendar sync with each other. It also alerts me a certain time I say so, before the event.
Texas is going through, yet another, weather change. I can feel it horribly... me over doing it could play a part in it. I'm the type of person that... once I get started, I don't want to stop. I usually have to have someone MAKE me stop... it's even hard then, because I'm hard headed (yes I'm admitting it).
I'm hoping that 2012 will be a much better year than 2011.... HOPING is the key word. I've been dieting (not juicing << gross). I think that has been a big contributor to me feeling better as well. I've also been going to the gym, not the past couple of days, but hey at least I'm going. It's not like the days that I haven't been, I'm just sitting around the house... I'm trying to keep busy and do some small work outs around the house.
I can honestly see a change in my boys attitude, now that I'm feeling better (finally). They are getting some of their mom back, and it makes me want to cry tears of joy the way they love me and light up when I actually move around more outside with them... instead of sitting and watching. I just hope that it all stays this way, I don't want them to go on a roller coaster ride of emotions due to my health.
Well, I'm going to go situate some more things in my NEW (to me) ROOM!