June 24th, 2006

health shall live free and sickness freely die

I actually felt like I was living my life today instead of watching it go by from a prone position on the couch. This is the first weekend I've felt well in over a month. I did the dishes, planned some meals for next week, went grocery shopping, and made sure there was a sandwich in the fridge for my honey when he got home from his consulting job, since I had no idea when that was going to be.

It was nice to be able to do stuff so Scott wouldn't worry about getting any of it done - he works way too hard as it is. Now he's working two jobs and has a third one lined up for as soon as this consulting job ends. He puts way more than 40 hours in at his regular job alone. Plus he's always doing projects around the house and fixing other people's computers.

He even helps Ashlee's half-sister with her science projects. (They won first prize out of everyone in the eighth grade - he's very proud of that). He is so sweet. Not only does he not mind helping the child who is not even related to him, but he gets totally excited about anything having to do with math or science.

This was going to be a post about me, but somehow it ended up being a post about Scott. :)



(Title quote is by Shakespeare.)