lol. I've been sitting here for 5 minutes trying to think of a catchy title, and, then I thought, how ridiculous is this. This quit continues to progress and I'm now on day 6. Still tough periods during the day mixed with easier periods and then periods where I'm actually in a good, silly mood. And, as I said in my 1st blog, Each day has felt, at times, like a week long, but now, looking back, it feels as if it has flown by.
I was planning on going to the gym this morning. With helping my friend, I haven't gone all week. But, after getting up and having my coffee, I realized that I didn't feel like rushing this morning. The gym closes at noon and it's 1/2 hour away. I've been rushing in the mornings all week to get to my friends house and, even though I don't mind at all, it kind of reminds me of when I worked which has been 10 yrs. ago. So I've been slowly going through my morning routine. I am going to go get a haircut though.
I haven't been sleeping well, and I am tired. I can't necessarily blame it on withdrawals as I frequently have bouts of insomnia, and I'm not a nap taker. I don't care how tired I am, if I try to take a nap, I just toss and turn.
I'm feeling confident about getting through this week and next, but I have a history at relapsing during the 3rd month-NML so I need to be EXtra prepared. I would love to have a few women's phone # if those that are willing will message me their numbers. I don't have much face-to-face support so maybe that would make the difference this time.
When I write or type anymore, I realize I no longer have any knowledge about how to use punctuation, and I also don't feel like re-learning it so, please bear with me.
God Bless each and everyone of you!