Day 13: Square
Day 14: Flag
Day 15: Friends
Day 16: Dad
Day 17: Books
Day 18: Smile
Day 19: Metal
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I’m digging these photo challenges.
One of my friends from college grew up and became an acupuncturist. He’s been posting all over facebook how helpful it can be for just about everything that ails you.
And I’m seriously considering it.
If I would have heard myself say that about 10 years ago, I would have thought I was completely crazy.
A bunch of needles all over my body, what, are you nuts?
But fast forward to present day, and I’m all hmmmm.
Blood pressure? check.
Sleep loss? check.
Weight management? check.
Focus and concentration? check.
It’s all looking quite attractive.
Have you done it? Would you go to a friend for it?
The first appointment is free. I’m not sure what the cost is after that. I know my health insurance does cover it but I’m not sure if they let you go anywhere. I need to look into the details, obviously.
But it certainly is intriguing.
Lately I haven’t been sleeping well. I go to bed later and later. And am getting fewer hours of sleep than is healthy.
I have to get up by 6 at the latest and because of my night owl ways, I push it to the last possible snooze.
Sara is turning into a night owl too. It’s almost 11 and she just now closed her eyes.
This can’t go on or it will more seriously affect me.
It’s been a good 3 years since I’ve had good sleep on a consistent basis.
It doesn’t help that we are in need of a new mattress. Just as time had flown by and I’ve suddenly got a middle school daughter, I’ve got a tween mattress too.
My sleep sucks as well as my hips and back suffering from this tired bed.
Seriously, I need to fix this sleep situation. I can’t be a zombie during the day, I need to function at work. Caffeine might help me get my job done, but not so much at night.
It’s a horrible cycle.
I need to make a change.
But right now I’m taking this sleepy girl to her crib in hopes that I sleep the whole night through. She still wakes up crying from her crib in the middle of the night about half the time. But that’s better than me waking up with a kick to my head.
Plus I need to cuddle with my honey now and then.
He is kind.
He is patient.
He shows he cares.
He holds you to the rules.
He remembers the things that you tell him.
He smiles with you.
He hugs you.
He plays with you.
He spends time with you.
He kisses you.
He lifts you up.
He knows what you care about.
He teaches you.
He encourages you.
He helps you.
He lets you try.
He’s there for you.
My post from last year – Father’s Day 2012