30 October 2007

I had a thought but it died of loneliness :)

I kept forgetting things today. What I was doing mainly, but also where I was going and what I was looking for. It was really bad today. I've also developed a strange problem. It seems I have adult onset dyslexia. This is becoming a huge problem. In my work I'm constantly calculating stuff and I've developed a horrible habit of reversing numbers. I've also noticed I'm doing it a lot with letters. Almost every typo I make is flipping letters in words. I don't know what's causing it or why it's happening but it's freaking me out a little. I'm hoping it's just stress and being tired. I hope.

I have decided to stop trying to lose weight. I've been so completely focused on that all year and I'm sick and tired of thinking about it. I'm really getting into my workouts, running, strength, and biking, so that's what I'm going to focus on. I'm going to continue to eat well and track my food in FitDay, but no more obsessing over calories, fat, protein, blah, blah, blah.... I'm really tired of it. So that's something that happened today.

Tomorrow is Halloween and I have no candy or anything. We had talked about decorating the house but we lost interest in that. This is what happens when you don't have kids anymore. Halloween might be a good time to think about children insurance. The little ones will be out the running amok, they should be covered.

That's it for tonight. I'm kind of tired and think my brain needs a rest. Maybe some vegging in front of the TV is what's called for.

1 comment:

Vickie said...

Don't feel bad about the dyslexia thing. I think I have it sometimes too! Especially when giving someone directions! If I say left, I mean right, etc. Anyone who drives with me, with me navigating, knows I know how to get around where we are going, but I ALWAYS tell them the opposite directions every time. I sort of cured myself by stopping and thinking about what I was going to say, not what I meant, before I gave an answer. It does help, so maybe you just need to slow down and process first.

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