It’s Sunday evening here in Atlanta, GA, and I slept my whole day away. It’s probably a combination of the medication and the fact that I hardly slept Friday night into yesterday afternoon. Then I had a busy Saturday night. To cap it up is the raining weather we had today, which I completely slept through, since the sun is now out.
Needless to say, today is a lazy Sunday, as the feature photo and title suggests. I don’t regret it one bit. I like lazy Sundays; it gives me a chance to recharge. As I become more involved with this blog, it’s taking more time, which is great. It keeps my mind going, plus it makes me feel like I can personally talk to my followers.
As I sit here on this computer, I’m still a little groggy. I only started serious movement about 30 minutes ago, and I just got off the phone with my mom, who is back home in Mississippi. We started about the books that she’s has in storage from when I was in school; big academic and military books that most people today wouldn’t be able to go through, let alone someone who was in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. Also, she was telling me about papers she found from back then, so maybe some of my old of my old scripts can be found as well. I might just take a trip through memory lane the next time I go to Meridian.
So as the weekend closes and most people have to go back to work or school tomorrow, I’m going to close out my weekend with a glass of vodka or Crown Royal. Of course, people would say that I shouldn’t drink because of my disorder and my medication. I know how to drink in moderation and I definitely don’t drink close to the time I plan on taking my next dose. If you’re thinking I shouldn’t be telling people to drink when I drink myself, I never did tell anyone not to drink. I just said that it can be bad for you.
That being said, I hope everyone enjoys the rest of this Sunday. I’ll be seeing you in the blogosphere.