I did it. I just stayed home, hung around working on business and blog stuff and being lazy and doing nothing and eventually…
my headache subsided. ThankyouGodforbigfavors.
So tonight I headed out for a run and thought I’d do about 4-4.5 miles…well I got three miles done and started in on the fourth mile and for the first time ever in the history of this fun little disease…
I got Celiaced. (it’s a word).
My stomach rebelled SO FAST and SO BAD I came to a dead stop after mile three and grabbed my stomach and thought…oh no. Oh that’s not good. I do not feel well at all.
I walked the last mile back to the car and came straight home only to be really really ill.
I mean, I got a good three miles in plus so that’s the saving grace here. This is just a sad little side effect of what I live with and hey, there’s a lot of runners that deal with this and they don’t have Celiac so I think I’m lucky I have made it this long without the issue rearing its ugly head.
Damn. I hope it goes away soon.
Today I’m calling a client back and hoping to get ahold of her because ~damntheiphone~ and also accepting the iphone as part of the family. Maybe a ceremony. I accept you. I welcome you in the family. Sigh. damn phone.
I guess it’s time for a phone case. And a cover.
it’s pretty…like a little piece of jewelry.
Can you hear me telling myself to like it?
I’m reading Who Thought This Was a Good Idea?: And Other Questions You Should Have Answers to When You Work in the White House ~ by Alyssa Mastromonaco and Lauren Oyler
I love it and so far highly recommend it. It’s not deep and intense, it’s just a great read about what it’s like when your girlfriend works at the White House.
Today I’m going to get my nails done, do some quick grocery shopping and then head to Castle Rock to do the incline…providing my stomach is agreeable. I have meds if it isn’t because it’s going to be a gorgeous day…74*!
I think it’s time for the plank challenge. I just need to put a widget on my website and damn if I can figure out how to do it.
It just takes me sitting still for longer than 12 minutes…
and then a bonus one because I know it’s hard to keep moving and to keep up the motivation sometimes, but I have faith in you.