A week in a day
I feel like I did a million different things today. I feel like I will sleep well when I finally do crash. What did I do today?
I went in a half an hour early since I had to leave early for my eye doctor’s appointment. Worked a bunch.
I talked to my patient coordinator twice and scheduled a meeting to learn how to give myself lupron and the hcg for tuesday. I will get a calendar then too. Yea for having things written out. I also scheduled for most of my drugs to be shipped on saturday. They said the hcg is only good for 30 days so I’m going to wait on that since I still have two weeks I think on bc pills and I’m not sure when I’m going to start it.
In the middle of the day I went down for Zumba class. It turns out I was the only one there! The teacher said they are thinking of cancelling that class of zumba. They have others, but I guess in the middle of the day doesn’t work for most people. So I got a personal zumba lesson. I was a little nervous and couldn’t hide, but I think I did pretty well. I was slowly getting the hang of the songs and getting better. I sweat a lot and got a really good work out though since she was only focusing on me. I was tired when it was over. It was neat though – she even incorporated small weights into the zumba to tone in addition to the cardio stuff. I’m going to see what other zumba classes I can fit into my schedule and what I would have to do to go to them. I’m not sure if I’m going to go to this hour of zumba again or not. I don’t really want to be the only one again, but she said there are usually six people. So we will see.
After Zumba, I went back to my office, worked some more, and then left at 3pm. As I wrote in my previous entry I was nervous for this appointment. I told myself to suck it up and try contacts to see if they helped and how I did. I imagined that it would take forever to get them in my eyes. The Dr. who put it in only had to try a few times. I was glad for the numbing drops, but I don’t think I did that bad. Though, she was putting it in. Once she got it in I was like, omg what do I do now? She said blink and let me get used to them for a little bit. Then she tested me with the eye chart and different lens amounts to get the right prescription. In the end I could read three or four lines better than before! My vision wasn’t perfect, but it was better. Yea for hard contacts. They asked me if I wanted to get them and I said I wanted to think about it and talk to my husband over night and then I would call them back in the morning. I talked to my husband and he thinks I should do it. The options are laser surgery (while I know really isn’t that big of a deal and is short) which I’m not ready to do emotionally and contacts. I think I’m going to go with the contacts. I have had glasses forever so it’s going to be weird. I feel like I’m prettier with glasses and look weird without them, but I guess that’s an adjustment. I hope I will be able to get them in and out but they will teach me that next time and with practice I will get better. I mean I have a master’s degree. If I can get that I can master contacts right? I hope so.
I found a necklace on amazon that I really like. I think it’s pretty and it has a good message. However, there are two reviews. One review is of a person saying they love it and one person says they hate it and wouldn’t give it to anyone they like lol! I asked the husband and he said it is probably a little cheaper than the picture and smaller, but it’s probably ok. He didn’t like the self affirming message though. What do you guys think?
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