For dinner I had chocolate milk and a plain bagel with plain cream cheese. If asked what my all-time favorite meal is, that would be my answer. And it was delicious.
I finished Game of Thrones and loved it. Not recommended for everyone as there are some "content issues"--but I read Sharon Kay Penman novels at a relatively young age so I can handle it. Sad thing: the 2nd in the series is "on order" at my library, and I'm the 7th in the queue. It'll be a while before I can get my hands on it. I also just finished Divergent and quite enjoyed it. I'm currently in the middle of Marisa de los Santos' 3rd novel. So far it's just like her other 2 books--which means it's gorgeously written and I love it.
I've discovered that shaving my legs helps me feel better in any situation. (Except a situation in which I had both legs amputated, I guess.) But really, it's remarkable how much my mood improves after shaving my legs. Does anyone else feel this way?
This has been a crappy week. The weather is keeping me from hanging out with Christy, which means I stay at home all day. Ruby has been sick too, so we're both crabby and restless.
The day I miscarried, one of my wisdom teeth started hurting. (Come on, universe. Seriously?) It's gotten worse and worse. I now have an appointment on Friday to have my 2 wisdom teeth taken out. I'm excited to not have to worry about my teeth anymore, and dreading the pain and anxiety that come with oral surgery. (I wish I had just gotten them all out when I had one taken out last year. Past Becca was pretty cowardly with that decision.) So on Friday I will go take a blood test at my OB office in Provo (I have to go in weekly until my hcg levels are at a 5) and then go almost directly to the dentist. And my weekend is entirely shot.
I was feeling very sorry for myself today, until about half an hour ago. Two shaved legs and one eaten bagel later, I feel like a new person. I am going to try to keep this feeling with me, because feeling depressed sucks. Good food and good books definitely help. I have to enjoy the good food while I can--come Friday, I won't be eating normally for a week.