I’m afraid to say definitely because the past few months have been like being on a roller coaster with a stomach full of candy apples, corn dogs, and blue slushy. Blllleeeeecccchhh. Don’t you appreciate my visuals?
I like my job. It’s nice to have a job where I don’t have to manage anyone, have measurable goals that don’t change by the hour, and don’t wonder on my drive in if I’m going to get there to find the doors chained shut.
I love my condo. It’s in an old neighborhood- very Gone With The Wind esque with gigantic gracious trees, old massive houses, and (what I’m most excited about) A PARK that I can walk to in less than 5 minutes that has free outdoor concerts several nights a week. I do not love having to fit a 3 bedroom house into a 2 bedroom condo. But I do love the $500 I’ve made on Craigslist in the past 2 weeks.
My RA is doing better. I’ve spent the past few months feeling like I was getting ready to flare and then nothing would come of it. And then feeling like I was getting ready to flare and then nothing would come of it. Rinse and repeat. I still feel a little bit of it but not as badl. I live next door to a friend from college who has celiac disease and she’s teaching me about gluten free diets. I’m thinking about giving it a whirl but probably won’t. This girl loves her carbs! My friend is also super into yoga and I’m probably going to try that, if I can find a class that isn’t competitive. The last class I went to felt that way so that’s why I haven’t gone back.
I’m a little worried because my new health insurance doesn’t kick in until Sept 1st and I have exactly enough Humira to get through as long as I stick to bi-weekly. Knock on wood please!
All in all, off to a good start. I think.