Wake Me Up When September Ends

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It is going to be a busy September.  I have seven PT sessions scheduled, five doctor visits and an MRI all on my plate for the month.  It also happens to be my daughter and niece’s birthdays this month.  AND… I am my niece’s driver since she has no interest in driving and I have two appointments to take her too as well.  Makes me tired just writing it all out.

The one good thing is it looks as if there will be a little college football to follow.  I haven’t really paid attention to know if pro ball is happening.  But one of the teams I follow is scheduled to have their first game next week.

I want to get my med change settled out.  Maybe reduce it or something because I am SO TIRED all the time with the new meds.  … that is one of the doctors that I am seeing this month.

Before I finish up, I wanted to thank Fandango for sticking with this challenge.  I know he has been struggling with the new block editor… THANKS for giving me inspiration to write.  I just wish it hadn’t taken me so long to finish it.  (Damn pills!)   It has been fun though!

And because you all made it to the end with me…

For Fandango’s Dog Days of August (FDDA) #31 – your plans for September are

Happy and Grateful – Day 294

The month of October is upon us.  Fall is in full swing with the leaves gathering on the lawn… maybe a pile or two to run through even.  The evenings are getting dark earlier as the days grow shorter.  And a few of us look forward to a good scare with Halloween coming this month.  Everyday has at least some small portion of good in it.  I am looking for that good with this challenge to find my happiness and gratitude every day.  Join in with the challenge by commenting or writing your own blog… let’s find some goodness today.

The grey skies put a damper on the day today.  It didn’t actually rain until tonight but still the lack of sun contributed to a day with a blue mood.  But there had to be something good somewhere in the day that made me happy.  I would have to say it was when my boyfriend came home from work and I no longer felt quite so alone.

My gratitude for the day is as simple as going to the pharmacy to get a med I ran out of yesterday.  I was worried I had not called in the refill early enough yesterday that they would be able to contact the doctor before the weekend came.  But luckily they had it ready for me.

I need to sleep and start over fresh tomorrow.  It is supposed to be cooler, but with some sun.  That will help.  Remember to find your happiness and feel your gratitude.  Have a good night/day!