I used to be a night owl but that too is changing. The highlight of my day now is going to bed with my book and reading. So so sad.
I had a bad weekend last week. I had to have a glucose tolerance test down which meant that I had to carb up for 3 days beforehand and then fast. Carbing up when you are wheat free can be a bit of a challenge but I just ate more fruit, visited the gluten free lady stall at the farmers markets etc etc. BUT it really played havoc with my insides. Having that test also required me to have blood tests, drink a really really sweet liquid and then wait two
Will get results next week but I dont think I have a problem in that regard yet. It was just that diabetes runs in my family so I think my new "hormone" doctor was just being careful. Still havent had MRIs on ankles and I dont think it will be next week either as I already have two doctor appointments. Just doing my best to keep the medical system ticking along.
The cold is settling in here now. I know it is going to get colder but am feeling it in my joints for the second year in a row already. But it is not constant just burst of pain that last for a couple of seconds.
And talking about pain, I got a second piercing in my ears 4 weeks ago so I was able to take out the earrings last night but I think today I will be buying extra sleepers because trying to put in the studs again this morning was difficult and painful. For someone who doesnt heal easily usually, my ears tried to comply last night. Must put earrings on my shopping list for today.
Other than that, there is nothing much to report. Got a new Nano yesterday (bright orange) which apparently hooks up with the Nike training program without anything else. When I have time I will work it all out. Lucy and I have managed two walks this week. The gym is going to send out a search party soon if I dont return to the fold but I have decided that at the moment I want to walk her. She is starting to resemble a fluffy keg on legs. The vet will kill me if she puts on any more weight.
New deck roof not progressing because when they took down the old one, the builder saw what a poor job the previous builder had done on the brickwork around the window we had moved about 20 years ago and promptly demolished that brickwork and has redone it. I must admit it looks so much better and as the deck roof is being lifted the cr*p brickwork would have really stood out.
J has about 3 weeks I guess before she goes to Papua New Guinea to walk the Kokoda Track. I think she has finally finished splitting everything with her ex but she still hasnt found someone to share her apartment. We will miss him but she seems a lot happier now. It's funny with this generation, how could he not see what playing computer games was doing to their relationship and although he did try to limit it I dont think he quite managed it.
Wheatfree living is progressing well.
The gluten free lady I mentioned above told me that they dont have any wheat products in their kitchens at all so that there cant be any slip ups. Going back today to buy some more stuff. She told me what she uses and it seems okay.
Have been building up recipes on my iPad so that I can have them with me at all times. Am about to try and master Readiris which is a program that takes pdfs and converts them because I want to change recipes without having to retype them. Also would be handy to add notes and observations to recipes. I am going to have to read the application instructions unless I can talk a co-worker into explaining it to me - again.
Havent been able to keep up with blogs yet again mainly because I am reading books again. You know when you are reading a book you are really enjoying and you dont want to put it down. I have been known to cook while reading.
I hope all of you in the southern hemisphere are settling into hibernation time - winter is nearly here and those in the northern hemisphere getting ready for summer. Both lovely times of the year. Take care and blessed be.