I have been feeling a lot better today - thank you for that! One week of constant headaches is more than enough, that's for sure!
I haven't been 100% effective today, but I have been doing more than in the last few days, and I guess that's something, right?!
I think the main thing is that I'm actually feeling better in myself, I feel motivated and I want to deal with things now! I guess something good must have come out of those headaches after all, right?!
Anyway, it takes some getting used to to be active again ... I've more or less spent the last few days at least actively trying to get rid of my headache, now all of a sudden I'm supposed to deal with studies, cleaning, laundry and other stuff ...
By the way, once incident from this weekend that I forgot to mention in my last entry, that I feel is worth thinking about.
I think it was on Saturday, I felt a bit better from my headache and I needed to run some errands downtown. When I got there they had this "market" (nothing fancy, but there are a bit of a 'cosy' feeling strolling around there, and it does attract some people!), so I thought I'd look around. I'm usually drawn to the 'book-table', although I'm never really buying anything. But now I saw they had quite a lot of Enid Blyton books. I was totally addicted to her 'Famous Five'-books when I was younger, and for a period I decided to collect those books, and others by Enid Blyton. It's been a while since I was an active collector, but when I saw the price on these books, I couldn't resist! You could get 5 books for 20 SEK!!! (20 SEK is about US$3) I got five really nice 'Secret Seven' books - and they had even more, so I guess I'll have to take a look there on the next market as well!
But the thing is .... When I was walking away I started thinking!! Without giving it much thought at all, I had actually bought these books on market - not in a supermarket where the 'general shopping rules' apply, and I realized that this is something I would never have done three, maybe even two, years ago!!! I think I notice this, because I've always wanted to be able to buy stuff at markets, it seems so much nicer and more customer friendly than buying stuff at a huge supermarket, but I've never felt I could do it ... and now I hardly even hesitated!!!!!! There was a brief moment, when I wondered how to attract the attention of the guy running it - but it was nothing that really bothered me, and it worked out great!!
Little things like this really gives my self confidence a boost!
My Life At The Moment!
Currently reading: Utpressarna, Olov Svedelid
Currently watching: Stargate SG-1 (season 1)
Currently listening to: End Game, Anthony Stewart Head
My Plans for tomorrow: Meeting my mentor, studies