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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Day Fifty-Five

Sangria makes me sleepy!

I had dinner with all my friends and all their babies, after a long afternoon at Michelle's house letting the dogs play with each other. This morning saw me at spin class and taking care of the home. But dinner, oh lovely dinner, was at one of our favorite restaurants: Auntie Pasto's. They have this 2 for $25 deal, and thank goodness there are 4 of us! Man, are we stuffed. I got the Chicken Cacciatore, which I've never had before. It was good! It was a nice dinner all together.

Bad news for today: I've had horrible anxiety all day.

I have no clue what set me off. Since I woke up this morning I had this anxious feeling. You know, this clenching in your stomach, this feeling like you need to do something but you can't remember what. I had to keep taking deep breaths but they didn't seem to help. I half-assed spin class today because I just couldn't put the effort forward - my mind was telling me there was something I had to do.

I get anxiety, it runs in my family. Most days are good, some days I get hit like this. Today it lasted all day, something not very pleasant. I'm feeling better now, though I wish I knew what set it off. Probably nothing. I do get anxious when I feel guilty about stuff or when I feel like I might have made someone unhappy (I'm a people pleaser). That could've been the problem today for me.

Anyway, I'm feeling better now that I'm resting and watching TV. I hope tomorrow goes better for me!

2 comments:

  1. I hope you have a better - less anxious - day tomorrow! :-)

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  2. ohhhh, I hate those days. I hope they aren't frequent. I know exactly how that feels, I get those days and it's like nothing helps. Just a nagging feeling that is USUALLY gone by the next morning.

    Hope you are feeling better.

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