Weather: too cold at night and too hot during the day
Mood: right now its ok but lately I've been a mess
Plans: wrapping some gifts, writing out some Christmas cards (it takes me forever to write Christmas cards), doing house work. I need to finish Christmas shopping but I either don't have the desire to get out of the house or my health issues get in the way.
Tonight is LOTRO night so I really need to relax today so that I can play tonight. This chronic pain sucks and is running my life. One day I am going to get tired of it, get angry and scream "THATS IT PAIN, I'VE HAD ENOUGH." Then I'm going to kick my azz.
You may go through life hearing a 1000 NO's but don't give up because your YES is out there waiting for you.- (Something my father told me.)
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