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Saturday, July 22, 2006

Murphy's law

I am seriously dealing with a tough case of it right now. And yet, the cool thing is that I definitely feel God's hand protecting us from it being worse. It's just really super irritating right now that just as I think things are on track, it gets ripped off. Do we need a reminder of my need for stability?

At the moment, we're on our annual summer retreat with friends, and they're off at a seminar I wanted to go to. However, I ended up with a really bad migraine, so I stayed at the condo, took my medicine, and slept. I woke up, and probably could have joined them, except that we only have one car, which they have, so I'd have had to call DH to pick me up, which he would not have minded, except that he'd have missed out on some of it, plus I'm not 100%, and since we're driving 12 hours to get home tomorrow, I probably need to rest so I don't get a rebound headache tomorrow. Still, it sucks, since we only see these guys every few months, and they're our best friends.

Anyway, the good part about being stuck here at the condo is we have wifi and cable. Which means I got to watch an old movie. Bringing up Baby with Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn. I adore this movie, it would make a really cool book if twisted into something modern. Plus, I am a total Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn fan.

And then, I'd just been thinking how I wished I had one of my yoga videos because I'm sure my headache is partially tension, partially stress, partially weather. And I thought if I could get some yoga in, it would help relieve things now, plus make life better on tomorrow's drive. Anyway, what did I find, but a yoga show on tv-apparently, there's a whole cable channel of just fitness programs. YAY! I only got half of it, but still, I feel much better. It'd almost be worth getting cable for that channel. :)

I'm beat, and I'm feeling the after effects of the headache now, so I think it'll be... huh... I completely forgot what I was going to say. I hate this. When I get headaches, I just totally lose my train of thought. Well, I do it anyway. But it's worse when I get heachaches.

Right then. Off to bed I go.

3 comments:

Heather Diane Tipton said...

(((((hugs)))) on the headache!

Tori Lennox said...

*hugs* on the headache. I love Bringing Up Baby. It's one of my favorite movies. :)

Danica/Dream said...

Thanks!

Tori, that's one of my favorite Hollywood pairings.