Sometimes my insulin dependent diabetes gets the best of me and my brain fogs over. I have known people who suffered from MS and from lupus and they told me that happens to them as well. I'm sure everyone has had this happen in their lives at one time or another.
For me it happens in times of stress. And right now I'm stressed about how to manage my diabetes tomorrow morning as we go the lab in Bakersfield for my extra mammo and the three ultrasounds. I have to finish eating breakfast by 4:30 a.m. and then nothing until around noon. I was embarrassed about my insulin reaction the last time I was there, and I don't want to mess up this time so I have to go back for more, it will be stressful enough to wait for results.
It's now almost two in the afternoon in California and I, who always get up at five in the morning, haven't even brushed my teeth. I've had both breakfast and lunch in bed, where I have been reading a dark book by that now famous best selling author Gillian Flynn, of Gone Girl fame. The book is even called Dark Places and it's weird, but very well set up. It's the kind of book where you can't wait to reach the end because you want to know what happens, who done it, but you don't want to rush because it's so good. Has anyone read Gone Girl? I have to read it now.
I told my husband I would write a blog post and see if that would make me feel better. And it has. I will take a few days off from blogging, including Sunday's post about the mission in San Gabriel, which I haven't even started to write it yet.
Thank you so much for your comments. I will start right now to visit your blogs and answer your questions. I am so happy to hear back from so many blogger friends even though I have been missing from reading your posts for days now.
Does anyone remember my hot pink lenticular clouds? They were gray yesterday and I found them somber and beautiful. Thanks Terry for the link. I have a series of incredible hot pink clouds that I want to post, but worry someone will steal. I've never felt that way about any other photos of mine. Any advice, or should I just not care?