I don't know what to write about today. It's been a boring week because I haven't been feeling great, but I'm bored in class, so I'm trying to come up with something to say. What I really want to do is just advertise the show Chuck because it is so good. Dave and I have spent wayy too much time staying up too late watching too many episodes because we can't get enough. It's a show that I don't hesitate to recommend (which is rare) because it's clean, clever, has action, romance, mystery, and some talented actors! But even though I'm loving Chuck so much, I feel like my life probably shouldn't revolve around a TV show so I'm going to write about something else.
I got my Lupron shot last Friday after I blogged and it wasn't bad. I actually didn't even feel the shot at all because the needle was so tiny. And I got to babysit my nieces later that night so I didn't really have time for self-pity, which was great! I didn't feel the effects until just a couple of days ago when I started to notice my body's temperature regulation being all wonky. (Wonky? Who uses that word?) I haven't been sleeping too well because I wake up completely drenched in sweat and completely sweltering when it's only like 60 degrees. It's ridiculous. I don't understand why more women don't complain about hot flashes! Every time I get one it feels like my body's punishing me...I've also been slightly irritable (understatement) since the medicine started to kick in.
The other night I came out to the kitchen looking for my glass of water and I couldn't find it on the counter and I completely freaked. I started accusing Dave, "Where's my glass? I know you put it in the dishwasher! You always put it away before I'm done! I'm so tired of you cleaning up for me!" He was so taken aback he just stammered a "I...I don't remember putting it away babe. I'm sorry if I did, but I don't think I did..." To which I replied "Well, who else did it Dave?! No one else is in this house!!!!"
I then took one step to the left and spotted said glass half full of water on the table hiding behind one of the chairs...woops. I shamefacedly apologized, "I'm sorry I freaked out. I don't know what's wrong, that just made me so so so mad." That was when I realized the medicine had kicked in. I was totally crazy! Poor Dave. But at least we're aware of it now, so I'm pretty good at checking what I'm thinking before I let the word vomit fall out, haha.
Aside: My professor just said, "Holy Samolies!" Um...what?
No pain relief so far from the medicine, but I see my first client today and another one on Monday so I'm kind of distracted! I'm so excited and anxious! I'll let you know how it goes, maybe. We'll see :)
Also, you all should come to my UVMCO concert on Tuesday, December 3rd at 7:00 I think. It's going to be phenomenal. It's sounding so great!! I feel so lucky to be a part of this choir because I've learned so much, and it's been amazing to be part of such a high quality choir. The Christmas music is absolutely beautiful and inspiring. It's a little pricey, but worth every penny! Link to tickets here :)
Also, our choir performed this past Sunday and it was so gorgeous! We had Maddy play the harp and Emma play the viola for us to "My Shepherd Will Supply My Need". The spirit was so strong and I was so impressed with how musical the choir sounded and how well we did with all the different parts. The choir is starting to come together and blend well and come into their own new sound. I'm totally loving it. Choir has been such a blessing for me this semester. I look forward to it every week and I love conducting such a fun, hard-working group :) Hopefully we can keep it up for Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Class is over, the end!