You sit down at the keyboard and begin typing and know that you really can just pick up where you left off. Same view out the window, same coffee cup at your elbow, same dog at your feet and cat on the sill... Well, that's what it's like for me anyway. There is one thing that is different though. I don't know that you would notice if I didn't tell you so I'm telling. I am a new person. Or maybe it's more accurate to say I am my old self. Those of you who have been encouraging me the past couple of years while I played psychotic Debbie know what I'm talking about. A lovely friend took me aside at a baby shower a month ago and said, "I've been looking for an opportunity to talk to you." And that's how it all started (love you Kim). Thanks to progesterone and a high protein, low carb, gluten free, sugar free diet I am grinning and dancing and bending and jumping... and I often find myself thinking, "I remember you!"
The family split forces this past weekend. Larry and Audrey went to the valley to celebrate the graduation of my nephew and my son's girlfriend from George Fox University. They also got a sneak peak at the adorable home my daughter and son in law are trying to buy (pray for a good appraisal).
Erin and I stayed here for her first horse show of the year. It was a beautiful day... great weather and great results.
I am amazed at what having real energy feels like again. I don't have to manufacture pleasure over events, I really do want to go and participate and enjoy and socialize.
"I remember you!"... See, that keeps happening! :)