Woke up this morning to some of the best vital signs I’ve recorded yet. My glucose was well within the range of tolerance, my pulse was low (for me), my blood pressure was even pretty close to normal instead of the usual “why are you not having a stroke right now” that I usually maintain despite medication to the contrary.
It’s been a quiet day, one that I’ve spent relaxing a good deal. At least, that’s what I remember. Which is good, because in all honestly, I’ve been very productive here at home. Making phone calls (for those that read yesterday’s post, my re-assessment into the intensive outpatient program is scheduled for Monday), sending emails, filing things away. Lots of little nitpicky detaily things that got checked off the list.
I didn’t feel like walking today, so I cut my walk shorter than anticipated. Still, it was almost a mile and a half, and that’s a good range for me to get good and tired for bed.
Today’s post is going to be short. Nothing profound happened today, no epiphanies to report. Just a nice, all-around good day.
I need more of these in my life.