Thursday, March 20, 2014

What I've been up to...

 So I've been absent here for a few weeks. Rest assured, it's only medical stuff going on with me. :)

 -To get all TMI, I had a terrible wart above my eyebrow. I mean terrible. It was long and huge. I made an appointment with my primary doctor and have to laugh now looking back at the whole situation. The receptionist said to me with a gross look when I checked in for the appointment, "Um, did you know you have something on your eyebrow?" Noooooo! Really lady??? I just come here for fun! My doctor jumped when she looked at it. She tried freezing it, which did no good. She told me I had to keep coming back to freeze it over and over and over again. I knew that wasn't going to work, so I demanded a referral to a dermatologist. I got it immediately. Wouldn't you know it that the dermatologist said freezing wouldn't work for that because of the size?

 The wart gave me some horrible social anxiety. If the doctors are grossed out, imagine how other people were feeling! (A non-medical person did comment on it too...) But, it's all taken care of. Now back to life.

-I had surgery last Friday. I have some girl problems going on and (TMI) had to have polyps removed from my uterus. The doctor did a good job because there is no pain whatsoever. Biopsy results haven't come back yet, but the doctor doesn't think it will be cancer.

-But on the good side, I know there will be a light at the end of the tunnel. Soon? 

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Goals for the month

 So I've seen other bloggers take this up, including my friend Robyn, and just never did it myself. I think I thought it was not possible. Who me, accomplish goals? Bwahahahahaha!!! What's the point?

 That's exactly the point!!

 I think goals are something everyone needs to strive for, whether they be small or big ones. They make life interesting and give you something to look forward to. I need something to look forward to. I need structure. I need life.

 And so, once a month I'll be setting goals for myself to accomplish over the next 4 weeks. I'll be starting off really simply and working up from there. (I mean really, really, realllllllllllllly simply.)

 I'll have five goals each month: social, physical, spiritual, personal and professional. As I now see, some of them will overlap with the others, but so be it. My goals for this month are as follows:

 -Social: Attend the Art Walk Anniversary and have a chat there with one person (that I know :) )

 -Physical: Walk five days a week, unless it's raining or I'm sick.

 -Spiritual: Attend church once.

 -Personal: Get hair done (It's in bad need. Baaaaaaaaaad.)

 -Professional: Send out 5 resumes and write one freelance article.

 These are totally doable goals. I may exceed them. I may fall short. I don't know yet but am going to try anyway.