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The Day After
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"There are years that ask questions and years that answer." - Zora Neale Hurston

The day after a busy week is splendid.

It was nice not to have to wake up by an alarm and with somewhere to be.

Every day this week, we have had some where to be and things to do. So when today came with only one appointment, I heaved a sigh of relief. I can only take so many of those days before my body and mind say enough.

I know my body has said enough because as I had written earlier in the week about being plagued by a cold or allergies, I feel it is now become a cold.

I feel tired, my eyes, nose, and throat are scratching. Michael still says it could be allergies and I suppose it could but to me it feels like a cold. I checked my temperature once today at it was 99.1 degrees. It has since gone back to normal but I still feel hot. Oh well, I'm canceling my appointments for tomorrow as well.

Michael did not hear from the job interview today. We were hoping for notification today with the extra hope he would begin work on Monday. So, now we wait for Monday.

If you don't see me around here the next couple of days, you know I am taking it easy.

mz. em

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