Saturday, May 12, 2012

Fibromyalgia Awareness Day 5-12

Yup, today is National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day!  I am not doing anything exciting about it other than posting it on my facebook.  Our local support group had a conference last Saturday.  I didn't attend as I had lessons so I needed to teach the lessons.

There is not much on TV right now.  For someone who has over 100 channels, you would think I would find something I would like.  Yeah, not so much.  Home Improvement is on TVLand right now.  I am getting tired and I have a bad headache tonight.  Tomorrow, I am getting up earlier than usual because I am picking up Donna for church.  It is only 15 minutes earlier but you know me, I want as much sleep as possible for as long as possible!

Carolyn is going to braid my hair tomorrow for church.  I am looking forward to that.  We 4 (Carolyn, Audrey, Melissa, and me) will look cute with our new hair dos.  We are singing one of my favorite hymns tomorrow, "He Leadth Me".  I simply love that song.  We are also singing some other old hymns that I must confess I have no idea what they are and have never sung them before.  Perhaps I should actually download them, that might be a good idea.  I know that the words are always on the back screen, but it is getting harder to read that back screen these days.  Yes, I need new contacts.  I hope to have them by the end of summer.  I know I also need to change both lens in my glasses too.  I may hold off on that.  I barely wear my glasses.  As a matter of fact, I think these glasses are about 10 years old and are still in great condition since they sit in the pink case all the time.  I love that my glasses case is pink!  The doctor's office was giving pink glasses cases out to women during October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

I think I am going to rest for a bit.  My head is very sore tonight.  Time to take some more medicine for the headache.  I hope your day has been good.

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