So, as you can tell from my previous post, the recovery from the D&C hasn’t been all sunshine and roses. There are a few *minor* side affects that are still working their way out of my system.
But in an effort to return to normal, Frank and I took a few steps towards feeling more normal.
First, we left the house. Not that I haven’t left the house, but I’ve really only left in order to go to work or the grocery store. I haven’t gone out on social visits, really. So, first step was to visit my parents and see my sister’s new townhouse. It was really nice. I think it helped that the sun was shining and it was over 40 degrees. (side note: there comes a time in every winter that I think, “it will NEVER again be above 40!” and then, miraculously, it is above 40 degrees).
Then we went to get my oil changed on my car. I know I should be better about changing my oil. I know that. But for some reason, I have a mental block when it comes to changing my oil. So a few hundred miles over the limit and a few *ahem* weeks over the date limit, my oil is changed and dear George (the name for my car) is a happy camper.
After the Midas adventure, we went to check out cars. Not because we are buying a car right now, but because I like to see new, shiny cars. We sat in a few vehicles, looked at a few certified used ones on the lot and then did the next thing that came to mind: we took a nap!
My dear friend Allison brought over some delicious baked mostaccoli – YUM! We also stopped by Frank’s friend Jeff’s house for a Loser Party. Yes, that’s right, a Loser Party. Everyone who came received a “loser” ribbon and a take home gift of Easy Mac and canned Spaghettio type food. Yum.
Such a typical Saturday, yet I felt the best that I’ve felt in a week. And that is awesome. Praise God for great Saturdays!