The rainy day had been spent doing very little. During my boys nap/quiet time I just sat.
I'm good at sitting.
So, there I was sitting again, this time on the floor in the kitchen not on the couch and I got to thinking about what I was gonna pour my heart out about.
I poured myself a glass of wine and that was when it occurred to me that I wanted to say Thank-You.
I am now on a blood pressure medicine called Bystolic. From what I understand Bystolic is a beta blocker. Beta blockers counteract the effects of adrenaline. It's amazing to know I should be totally feeling anxious and not feel a bit of the old shaky crazies. I've taken 6 pills so far and I already feel such a difference. Next week I'll get to see the difference (hopefully) when I get my BP taken at the doctors.
I need to say Thank-You to those who left comments of encouragement, support and understanding. I've read through all the comments again and realized that YOU (I call you "the people in my computer") supported me more then some people I've known IRL (in real life) for years.
I also want to recognize and thank the newest followers of Kerri's Klutter and say I hope you find yourselves at home here.
A whoop whoop must go out to BOSSY BETTY for being my 100th follower. (And because I love the name and wanted to type it out)
And an apology to my husband Darren. Last week, I told Ian from The Daily Dose Of Reality that he was my first non-female follower when in fact (shame on me) my hubby was my first non-female follower and he totally counts, maybe even more so. So, Ian I have to
More thanks to
Adrienne at All These Things
The Girl at The Girl Next Door Grows Up
Jen at A Daily Scoop Of Chaos
Bridgette at Fancybelle
El at Chapter Twenty Something
for putting together their own comment-love letters and linking up with me yesterday. I enjoyed seeing more then just little 'ol me on Mcklinky. It was getting lonely and it was nice to finally have some company.
May 1st will be my 6 month blogging anniversary.
Can you believe it?It's been such an experience so far. I feel the "addiction" part finally waning. I don't refresh nearly as much as I did in the beginning, eagerly awaiting each and every comment. I do enjoy seeing the stats on site meter from day to day though.
That part is really neat-o.
The best part of this learning how to write honestly journey has been getting the opportunity to connect with all of you along the way. I had anticipated it but NEVER imagined it would be so much fun.
Aside from blogging I've got to (and I mean I've got to!) get re-focused on a few of my life list goals. There were a few I had planned to accomplish this year. I've gotta get my ass in gear and get. 'er. done.
Guess that means I've got to stop sitting so much.
Such a shame
I'm so good at it!