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Sorry it's past the day itself in your time zone, [livejournal.com profile] dickgloucester, but I hope you had a wonderful day.

(Now to go scan my friends' page and see if you did.)
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Yesterday I suffered from a case of domesticgodessitis. Not that you'd be able to tell by the state of the house. No. It still needs to be decontaminated liek whoa (three weeks and two different bugs. It's been gross).

Nope. Instead I tackled the mending pile. Fortunately, it was small. Unfortunately, the majority of it was darning. Two of my favorite pairs of socks needed mending. And, since I had no brain-power or energy for anything else, I sat and darned. And "watched" Voyager. (I'm rewatching all the episodes Page watched without me.) Anyway, it's the first time I darned worth a damn, and, well, it turned out well. Go me.

Today I finished off the pile by finishing up a pair of fingerless mittens (from another pair of holy socks). So yay. I may take pictures of those, even if they aren't perfect.


I am mulling how to write a story idea. I'm kinda wondering if it needs to be a picture book. Thing is, if it were a picture book, it would never, ever, EVER get published.

Still. Mulling.


I took part in Podunk's Spring Art Festival on Saturday, and it was an almost complete bust. The only reason it wasn't a complete bust is because I had the time to finish a note card drawing, and figure out what my newest painting needs to finish it.

So frustrating. The people whose shop I was in said it was the slowest Saturday they'd had in a long time. Maybe a year. *sigh*


I think I'm in my week of misery (PMDD). Life is seeming pretty damn pointless, and I feel like a waste of space. Maybe even worse than a waste of space, given that I procreated and I'm not sure I am up for the task of raising a man. (Oh, yeah. Page has begun the teenage attitude. For real, this time. And who cares if it's two years early, because he sure doesn't. My mum said 11 seems to be the new 13.) I really am scared about that. He is so bad about certain things, especially reading body language, and... *sigh*

I wish I could redo the first few years of his life with the knowledge I have now. Ach well.


And finally, but foremost, my heart goes out to all of you who are suffering real losses, fears, or other stresses. I know a lot of you are, and please know I am thinking of you and sending you light.
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Things are perhaps - knock on wood, do a hail Mary and whatnot - starting to look up.

- Geoff's shoulder is still messed. The orthopaedist says surgery isn't a good option at his age (he's not THAT old, is he?). HOWEVER, he has recently had two injections of cortisone, and movement within the shoulder itself is starting to return. He can now do the PT exercises without having to (figuratively) bite on a wooden spoon. He's under doctor's orders to take it very, very easy on his shoulder for at least a week, but it's better. Hopefully he'll be able to start sleeping through the night very soon, which will help loads and loads in the recovery process.

- Page has been ill, but he does not have pneumonia. Instead, he has thickened bronchial tubes (common in asthmatic patients) possibly caused by bronchitis, and a pleural effusion (effectively a large blister on the lung). The reason we know this is that his shoulder and lung were hurting him a lot when he took moderately large breaths. Since strep and bronchitis have been going around, and the pain wasn't going away quickly, I took him in. The doctor didn't hear any congestion, but sent him for an x-ray anyway. Anyway, since starting the antibiotics on Wednesday, he's improved dramatically, to the point where he's doing his normal "pew pew" bedtime avoidance routine. He's better enough, in fact, that he's at school! First day since Monday! He won't be going to his sax lesson today, though. I'm giving him till Monday to start that back up.

- I don't need a fifth crown! Or, at least I don't need one immediately. Instead, I had a cross drilled into my dodgy tooth. And, since it's a tooth they already worked on (one of the first), they're only charging me for the surfaces that they hadn't worked on (the grand total of which comes to $23). So that's better than the $230 for the first third of a crown...

- The back wall of the basement is ready to be covered. Already, I have most of the pegboard up, so now it's just a matter of getting the paneling. That will have to wait at least a week or so, because Geoff's shoulder needs babying, but that's okay. There's lots of other stuff that needs to be done in the meantime that doesn't require lifting. Or purchasing, for that matter.

- And best, the other day I went to a friend's son's birthday party, not expecting to stay long because of the noise and people factor. Fortunately, this friend knows and completely understands about sensory issues, so besides an understanding smile or two, I was able to retreat now and again without notice. Anyway, while there, but thinking about escaping, another friend came with loads and loads of presents. And it turned out, not all of the presents were for the birthday boy. One, in fact, was for me! She handed me a fairly heavy bag, and in it I found a Nessie tea infuser and a HUGE can of Troika tea.

I nearly burst into tears. I have felt so isolated and... unheard lately, and here she was, giving me a couple things I'd pointed out as being awesome a fairly long time ago on FB. Needless to say, there was hugging involved. And more retreating because I'm an ugly cryer and I needed to get my emotions in check. But anyway, that helped a huge amount. I love this friend, and I hate that we can't see more of each other (even though we live less than a mile apart... She's disabled and not terribly mobile, and I can't go over to see her in cool weather because she has cats). So I have to think of a way to thank her for her thoughtfulness. Beyond giving her more of my plants. :-)

So, yeah. There's still rough stuff, but, on the whole, as long as I avoid the news and politics, life is bearable and sometimes even good. Which, you know, is pretty awesome, considering. This weekend is looking fine, in the weather department, which means that I can get out and finish cleaning up the garden. The strawberries are still plotting a takeover, and I need to nip that in the bud. There shall be no coups in this yard, thank you! ;-)



Mar. 23rd, 2016 11:56 am
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If it weren't for the wrong frequency (super fast, like daily switcharoos), I would swear I'm bipolar. I'm not, of course. I am depressed and having the occasional good day, but, geez.

Last night I went to sleep "writing" a screed on how deadly western society is. I'm not going to literally write it out, but let's just say that I'm glad I'm loved, as that gives me strength in the face of society's unending, ghastly pressure.

There have been good things, though. Page is maturing. I'm painting. The snow from the late storm is all but gone, and it came early enough that it didn't crush the daffodils. (The crocuses slough them off without a problem, but the daffodils' egos are too big to survive.) I'd post pics, but apparently I don't have enough space to spare here, so oh well. Maybe I'll get around to posting them on my website at some point. (ha ha ha)

Another good thing is that my GP thinks I shouldn't have a problem being approved for disability. I mean, she told me that I will almost certainly have to apply more than once ("I think they have someone whose sole job is to stamp 'declined' on the first application..."), but that's a weight off my mind. I really, really, really don't want to go to the effort required to file for disability only to find that I'm not disabled enough in my doctor's eyes. She thinks it's a good idea.

What else...

Oh, I've been rewatching (in binge fashion) Avatar: The Last Airbender. It really is a very good show. The Book of Korra sequel is okay, I suppose, but TLA is really very good, and not just as a cartoon. So that's, er, good. (<-- how words have been to me lately. Spoken AND written. *sobs*)

Anyway. Still here. Mostly lurking.

Oh, speaking of lurking, does anyone know what's up with [livejournal.com profile] kribu? I've been gone so long, I don't know if there was an event, or if she just slid away like so many have. I've been thinking about her and her mom a lot, lately, hoping they're okay.
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- I accomplished the task I set for myself today (move and remove. Move a (small) cabinet so as to remove the half tiles underneath it). Unfortunately, I discovered that mastic supports life of the fungal variety. I vinegared the shit out of it, but it's discouraging to know that the battle of the mold is by no means won and will have more casualties than expected. (I knew that, but it still sucks to have it confirmed.) But still. I got those tiles up, and only shorted out the blow drier once. (It overheated, nothing dire.) I did not finish removing the mastic so as to prep the area for tiles, but that wasn't part of the task, so ner.

- Page and I finished Star Trek: Voyager, and a very satisfying ending it was.

- I more or less finished that painting. )

The colors aren't quite right in the photograph, nor does the lighting show off the texturing to best effect, but I think I like it anyway. Not sure I'll continue in that direction, but it was an interesting experiment.

- I was able to just chill for most of the day. I have set myself a task a day so that the depression doesn't eat me whole, but I mostly need to rest, I think. So achy and tired... So it's good that I'm able to do what my body requires. I'm lucky.

- I was able to help a friend in a professional capacity this morning. She said, "You've just given me a million dollars! No! Seriously! That's how excited I am about this!" And considering I was feeling pretty sluggish and brain fogged, that's pretty cool. I hadn't even had any tea yet... though I had consumed some magnesium and tylenol...

- Page is doing better, but not well enough yet to take him to his sax lesson tomorrow, which is all good where I'm concerned, given that his teacher is a 1/2 hour's drive away. I'm not up for that.

In other news, I'm trying to figure out a way to get a live furry pet into this house (after Purgatory has reached it's conclusion). We can't afford a dog, no matter how much Page and I want one. And we really, really do want one. But, well, realities being what they are, I've decided that we might get a rat (or two). Rats are the only rodent I have any interest in (besides rabbits, which I am even more allergic to than cats, if that can be believed) given their intelligence level. But, well, Purgatory MUST be finished before we introduce a slinker into the house. Not only will we need the room for its habitat (what a nice name for "cage"), but also because intelligent creatures tend to escape their confines, and I do not want to have to dig through the heap of our basement to find said creature's corpse.

I'd also like to get a betta for my desk, but I think a pothos for my bedroom is first on the expenditure list. One living addition at a time...

Speaking of living additions, I'm starting to think about what I'll be planting in spring. Lettuce for sure. Kale, probably (even if it's just to harvest what sprouts up on its own). Chard, probably. And maybe one of the beds will be devoted to the three sisters, even if I can't eat the corn or beans. It would be cool to try and grow a native species of maize in the traditional manner.

I'm also determined to finish the entryway to the garden this spring/summer. I want to have another garden party, and it would be nice to show that I haven't completely ignored my garden the last couple years (even though I pretty much have). Nice thing is I have a couple more pavers thanks to the basement quikcrete bucket leftovers. And I could probably use one or both of those buckets as lemonbalm and herb planters... Anyway, I need to get outside more often this year. My body has told me it's not negotiable. Even with mossies.

Anyway. That's the state of being here. Pretty good, all said, despite colds and looming flares and a demon in the basement. :-)

Hope all is well with you.
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I think Spring has arrived! It's still early spring, as the cars and grass are still frosted over in the mornings, but, well, crocuses! Blooming, even! And signs of life from other plants! And surprises! Like, I gave my neighbor my orange poppy, because the color didn't go with the surrounding plants. I was away when she dug it out, and it seems she left bits of root, because I have three tiny little poppies sprouting up around where the original one was! Their color still won't go with the surrounding plants (and there's now a purple sedum there that'll crowd them horribly), but I figure I'll have prepared room to transplant them into as soon as they die back this summer.

Of course spring also means the onset of allergies. I've started Page on his inhaler and the controller medicine that he was given at his physical. I'm hoping his wheezing and cough is asthma, actually, as a friend recently had a bad case of pneumonia, and since we were all exposed to her germs pre-diagnosis... (After breakfast he coughed a deep-sounding cough and said it hurt, pointing to the middle of his left rib cage. *meeps*) Well, I'll know by tomorrow, I suspect. I was bad and sent him to school even with the wibbles.

Meanwhile, I've been single-parenting since Sunday, and it seems I will be doing so through Saturday. We both miss Geoff. And poor Geoff is going to be utterly wrecked when he comes home. I wish I could make doctor's appointments for illness in advance, because I'm pretty sure he'll be needing one by Monday.

And my school continues. Only a month left of classes, actually! This semester has been such a breeze so far! It's been far more restful than last semester was! Excel is fun, and Sage is... well, it is. At this point, it's routine. Easy as long as I pay close attention to all the details, especially dates and GL account numbers.

The thing that is stressing me out about school the most is the extracurricular stuff, actually. Like, I feel guilty about dropping out of PTK, but, well, also glad, because there's drama going on in there that I really don't want to deal with. And there's an art fair that I'm participating in on Saturday, but I'm woefully unprepared for. That's what I'll be doing tomorrow... *meeps*

But I should go and get moving. A friend is coming over to help me cook today, so I need to at least make sure the kitchen is presentable and the bathroom is clean. Oh, and do the shopping... :-)

Happy Spring, ya'll. Happy, happy Spring!
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So I was utterly useless yesterday because I had the absolute temerity to shovel out half the driveway the day before. It seems moving six inches of powder is too much for my delicate system, but it was too shy to say anything at the time.

*blows raspberry at shoulder and back*

On top of that, I actually missed church this morning because my back was hurting so much. As I was going through my early-morning ritual, I realized I was taking extreme care of how I positioned myself just so I wouldn't be setting off the huge pain sensors.

Fortunately, Geoff spared a few of his precious (not being facetious) pre-church minutes to give me a back rub. That and the short nap afterward seemed to help enough that I'm not clenching my jaw to the point of pain. Still sore and needing to be very, very careful about lifting things, but I can at least get comfortable in various postures.

But, oh, I do hate being utterly useless. Especially when everyone else around me is being active and helpful. Ah well. I will pacify my guilt with the knowledge that I have been doing lots and lots up until now. And there's lots I can do that won't injure me further.

And I have been helpful lately! tl;dr: A longer than expected winter vacation equals seriously hyped up kids )

My hair is no longer wonderful to me )

Today's activities )

Geoff starts his high travel season tomorrow )

Aaaaaaannnnnndddddd, that's about it. Given the time it is and the lack of people home from church, I'm guessing Geoff got Page a playdate, and is spending that time at work preparing for tomorrow's trip. He's such a good husband, giving me so much alone time. Although, really, what I'd like is a bit more time alone with him, but, well, it's human nature to never be happy with what blessings have been bestowed, right?

Hope you all are safe, warm and doing what makes you happy.
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My friend whose uterus is revolting is going into surgery on Thursday. She has asked for help blessing the surgeon, his staff, and each of the units of blood she'll receive in preparation for the surgery.
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While so many thoughts and prayers are going out to those in the Midwest and the Philippines, could I ask for a few to come over to New England, too?

A friend of mine is having some serious, female, non-cancerous health issues. She really, really needs to have a hysterectomy, as her uterus is literally killing her and has been trying with increased insistence for a couple years now, but she's more adverse to surgery than I am. At this point, it's possible she might not even be stable enough to have surgery.

So, please send good vibes her way.
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Yesterday was the meppy day, to borrow a favorite word from Page, as it was "Strengthening Immunity Concentrations: Kickass" day. Both Page and I are fighting off something of a bronchial nature, with him bearing the brunt of it because he refuses to go to the lengths I go to. I don't know why an almost nine-year-old would have quibbles with ingesting raw garlic and ginger, or taking sedate soaks in a brew of salts, ginger and apple cider vinegar. On the plus side, it was only a minor case of pulling teeth to get him to take proper puffs from his inhaler every four hours.

Today, on the other hand, has been okay. Surprisingly, considering Page woke up at 5 and had to be herded into my bed (with another two puffs) in order to get more sleep.

Blather )

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First, an apology. I'm sorry I haven't been commenting on many (any?) of your posts lately. I have been reading and sending good vibes and well wishes and cheers and such your way, but I have been in a less than communicative mood lately. Basically, I'm so peopled (or stressed) out that I don't even want to interact in the digital sphere.

I'm also sorry for all the whining, but I don't in any way expect absolution for that because I fully intend to continue doing it. In fact, I am about to start another round right now! ;-)

At least I will put it all behind a cut. )



May. 6th, 2013 09:00 am
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Horrible, nasty, vile, just... awful dreams last night. So many things were wrong, and wrong in such awful ways. Some minor details )

It was a relief to wake up and find that ALL of it, including the bits in which I had supposedly woken up (with relief), was a dream.

So. Need good things to counteract all that... nastiness.

Good thing 1: Gardening is a joy. It really, really is. I've been sneaking bits of time here and there to go take care of things (usually when my eyes have started burning from reading too much), and I always come back in beaming. It's difficult to limit myself, time-wise, but even ten minutes outside weeding will perk me up. I think it helps that the sun has been shining, so I'm getting my vitamin D. :-)

Good thing 2: Impromptu invites. In exchange for an aloe cutting (I recently repotted a few of my plants, and ended up with two aloes from one massive one), we were invited to dinner at a friend's house. It was lovely. It's been a long time since I'd seen any of them, and it reminded me of how much I do miss my friends. Almost enough to rejoin the church choir. Almost.

Good thing 3: There's only three days of school left. I will be studying for my accounting final today (I'd really like to ace it), and I am actually well on my way to getting prepared for the biology tests, whatever doubts and frustrations I spouted yesterday.

Good thing 4: It seems I was correct about the old car's driver's seat being the cause of my hip pain. I realized this weekend that my hip hasn't hurt to the same degree in a few weeks. In fact, my hip has been pretty much complaint-free. It's gotten to the point where I'm considering starting up walking again! I miss walking in the woods...

Good thing 5: Page picked up his legos from the common areas yesterday. You have no idea how much of a difference that makes to me.

Yes, (real) life is pretty good.


Apr. 30th, 2013 09:52 am
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Well, this morning I found mental, if not physical, relief. I'm pretty sure what's wrong with my jaw is that my Sjogren's is flaring, rather than anything dire.

Granted, that means I'm on a diet of anti-inflammatories and pain killers until it calms down, but at least it isn't an infection. Probably. (There's a question of whether I have an ear infection that's getting masked by the parotid swelling, or if the swelling is causing the ear pain. If the ear pain is still there by the end of the week, I'll go to the doctor anyway.)

On the plus side, I don't have to restrict myself to soft foods for the next couple of weeks. Though I'd still love a bowl of oatmeal... :-(

Last accounting test (less the final) was today. No idea how I did, but I suspect relatively well. It had a slightly different questioning format, and there were two multiple choice questions I really wasn't sure about. Especially the last one (I gave an explanation for my answer, as I wasn't quite sure what the "correct" answer was in the prof's mind, though I know what the FASB has to say about it).

*shrug* I think I'll still get an A in the class, even if I didn't rage on this test. After all, most of my test scores have been solid A's and my paper was favorably received. So that's good.

Biology... No idea. I may get my first -A. Possibly even a B. I think I'm still doing better than most of the other students in the class, though. Before the test on Friday, we had to fill out the evaluations, so I put a fair amount of my suggestions on it. I'm hoping he learns from it rather than is discouraged from it, because he could be an awesome teacher if he ever got his shit in order.

Speaking of biology, I should go study. Need to finish up chapter 10 and start chapter 11. I do not see how we're going to get through chapter 12, considering this is the last week of classes. (Unless he uses Lab as a lecture, which I'd be fine with.) But whatever. I will definitely be interested to see what my official grade for this class is.
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Because it's been a bear of a week, I need to prop myself up with some gratitude:

Read more... )

*breathes deeply*

Ah. Food, rest and a happy child make for a nicer evening. Even if said happy child is engaging in a Star Wars battle over yonder. And to continue to be positive, in-between (or after) the catch-up tomorrow, there are a couple of movies to enjoy: Prince Caspian, and Amelie.

I have a good life, even if it is difficult at times.


Feb. 3rd, 2013 07:31 pm
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Odd dream )

The funeral and a poem )

Fun with friends last night was fun. Mostly.

I got a better grade on this week's biology homework (98.5%). Would have been even better if I could distinguish my left from right reliably.

The best laid plans and all... Health and Page woes. )

Anyhoo. Don't really have anything to say. Mostly I just wanted to get that dream kernel down, and the link to "The Pond". Hope your weekends were good.


Jan. 5th, 2013 11:40 pm
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and not exceedingly happy about it. I need to figure out a way to finish my associate's faster so we can move closer to family sooner.

Ah well. 'Tis simply the regrets of a lovely vacation.

One thing I noticed with having spent a whole two hours on the internet over the past two and a half weeks is that I had a lot more time, energy and patience for everything else that makes up life. So I think that I shall be trying harder to stay away from the internets this year. Including lj. And *expletive* fb. This will be a challenge, seeing as so much of the stuff that makes up life now requires the internet, but, well, we'll see.

Anyway, in regards to that, I am going to admit that I am not even going to try to catch up with your posts. Please let me know what's up with you, tho. I don't not care. ;-)

Happy new year.

To do

Oct. 15th, 2012 10:24 am
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Tired. Stayed up too late last night. Without anything fun happening to make it worthwhile. Ach well.

However, shared dinner with friends last night, which was nice. Well, except for one of our friends having to leave very early to relieve her son from caring for her dementia-disturbed husband. *sigh* I worry about her. I think she needs more help than she's getting. I think she actually needs professional help with him now, but I don't know that she's willing to cede that amount of control. *sigh*

Geoff and I had another of our common mis/non-communication things yesterday. Page had a spontaneous play date after church, and he implied that he was coming right back home. When he didn't, I figured he was socializing with playdate's parents and sticking around till it was time for Page to come home.

Nope. Turns out he thought that I wanted to do homework all day because I was writing notes like mad in the time between church and playdate drop-off so he went to work after dropping off Page. Really, I was studying like mad so as to have my mind (and conscience) free for when he got back, so we could have a nice date.


The reason why mind-reading/assuming is just NOT a good idea.

And I had coffee in my system and everything.


Anyway. I'm depressing myself, so I'd better go get started on my to do list. I know I'll feel better when I actually get moving.

But, to end on a positive note, this weekend the whole neighbor's shed thing was arranged. Neighbor's shed is now in a different neighbor's backyard, while different neighbor's 'temporary' vinyl shed is stacked up and ready for us to assemble when our yard has been finished. So we're all happy. I'll be even happier when the temporary shed is replaced with a nice wooden one, but this will do nicely for plotting, planning and storing purposes in the meantime. :-)
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Happy Easter.

I love my haircut. I think. Need to wash it before I can say that with absolute conviction, but it sure is cute right now. (I'm pretty sure I'll love it in the morning.)

Productive day was productive. Namely, we had a family meeting and chugged out a list of consequences for common infractions. Page came up with the majority of the consequences.

Also included on the list were the consequences for positive actions, like helping (kisses, hugs and heartfelt thank yous), and spontaneous hugging (get a hug (and maybe a kiss) and gain good will).

All this to help all of us remember how to be consistent. *shrug* We'll see if it helps.

I'm just rather stunned that Page was actively involved for the entire meeting. Didn't sit still, but he was there and participating for the full 45 minutes! Not bad for a (possibly soon-to-be-diagnosed with ADHD) seven-year-old boy.

And earlier in the day Geoff and I created a game plan for dealing with the school, helped by a friend who used to work as a facilitator at a public school. I am feeling MUCH better now that a) there's a real plan in place, b) I'm not crazy in thinking that the school has failed us up to this point, and c) I know I have an experienced friend to help guide us through this mess.

There's still waiting involved, but we'll get there, even if we have to be pests about it. (I hate being a pest. But I'll do it for Page. Especially now that I know I need to be a pest.)

So, yeah. Happy Easter, Passover, and whatnot. Spring has sprung.


Mar. 11th, 2012 09:18 pm
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Your rainbow is shaded blue.


What is says about you: You are a tranquil person. You appreciate friends who get along with one another. You share hobbies with friends and like trying to fit into their routines.

Find the colors of your rainbow at spacefem.com.

But that's not all! )

Lots to do this week, but I think I will save the writing of the to do list till tomorrow. After all, I need to catch up on the Daily Show.

Thank you!

Feb. 14th, 2012 10:46 am
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Thank you to those who sent me a glass heart. It was a lovely thing to find in my inbox this morning!

I got a homemade Valentine's day card from my sweetie, too. *romantic sigh* When he's not overcome with anxiety, he can be so incredibly romantic. He even compared our relationship to an onion! :-D It is definitely going with my keepsakes.

On the downside, I think Geoff's come down with a sudden case of plantar fasciitis. Maybe. The painful spot isn't where it ought to be for that, but we can't think of anything else. What with his left foot and my right hip, we're now quite the gimpy pair. At least we are still in step with each other.

And on the mixed side, the results of that form from Page's school came back, and according to the test, he's very likely to be diagnosed with ADHD. And certainly has ODD. So, I'll be dropping the form off at his doctor's today and we'll talk about what to do soon. I'm glad about that because it will mean he'll be eligible to get an IEP, but... If staying on the diet doesn't do it, we're going to have to think about drugs, and, God, I don't want to go there. I have such a huge mistrust of pharmaceuticals and their (unknown) long-term consequences. Especially for what might just be boredom mixed with a stubborn personality rather than a chemical imbalance. I know I was a little shit as a kid, too. (I also know I was not healthy, which was a big part of my being a little shit. *sigh*)

Anyway, I'd best get to doing my homework. Class is in a couple of hours, and I should at least make an attempt at reading the chapter before going. ;-)


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