March 28, 2017: My Day in Review

SO today was a day.

  • Weighed myself and discovered I am now 152; no wonder all my pants are uncomfortably tight
  • Realized I had completely missed taking my meds yesterday morning
  • Bought breakfast in the cafeteria (cottage cheese, fruit, a boiled egg, and a bagel) instead of going to Starbucks (thereby avoiding the sugar and expense of the chai latte and protein bistro box and pastry I always end up getting); should have gotten more cottage cheese but otherwise I was happy with it
  • Did some calculations and realized I had completely misjudged how long a project would take
  • Came home on my lunch break for comfort snuggling with Sean (this was nice)
  • Went to the new self-service kiosk in the cafeteria to grab a quick lunch, and had to try to scan my sandwich a million times (and yesterday, I didn’t leave my card in the reader long enough, and then I couldn’t figure out why it wasn’t processing, and there was a huge line behind me; today there was just one guy and I let him go ahead of me)
    • Bought a pack of donuts because I was feeling harried, even though I had decided that I would eat more healthily
  • Ran into Josh on the way back upstairs; chatted with him a bit, another bright spot
  • Things got better with the project, although I ended the workday feeling harried
  • Went to our favorite Thai place to pick up dinner
  • Went to Kroger to pick up a prescription; paid $10 for it; realized when I got home that I don’t take that med anymore
    • Also bought a bag of Robin Eggs and six Cadbury Creme Eggs at Kroger; I am a lost cause
  • I had been thinking all day that there was something important about March 28, some nice thing, but I couldn’t remember what it was. As I pulled into the apartment parking lot I realized: it’s Maggie‘s birthday
  • Changed into pajamas as soon as I got in the door; installed myself on the couch with Sean and we ate dinner and watched Great British Bake Off
  • Someone rightfully told me that a post I had made yesterday on Tumblr could be hurtful to others; by writing the post the way I did I inadvertently made a type of statement that I actively try to avoid making, but somehow it didn’t occur to me that the post fit that situation
    • Apologized and thanked them, going on and on unnecessarily
    • Edited the post
    • Freaked out about it for awhile by:
      • Telling a bunch of people
      • Being suddenly seized by the desire to disappear off the face of the Earth
      • Telling someone else
      • Editing the post again
  • Sat down at my computer to write this post and began eating Robin Eggs :P

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