We ended up at Foxwoods for a one night stay with two other couples. Me and the ladies all went for pedicures. I got taken in first and then my other friends. My one friend had terrible deformed ingrown toe nails and her pedicurist didn't think she should touch them. My pedicurist leans over with the tool she using on me, takes a few snips off of the corner of my friend's deformed nails to show the other pedicurist what she needs to do and then starts in again on my feet without sterilizing the clipper. I was shocked. I didn't speak up, didn't want to embarrass my friend, and I am telling you right now that if I end up with a nail fungus I am suing.
My eating this weekend was a total death wish, I am filled with regret and pain and suffering. First there was unintentional gluten, and then I figured I was already in pain so I'd have at it while we were at a buffet, and now I'd like to slap myself across the face. I'm hoping I have reached bottom, so that I can pull myself together and eat healthy again, but suspect that part of my crappy eating is due to my thyroid being on one if it's vacations.
I have no energy again. My thinking is fuzzy. I was walking around telling myself that while the skies have been beautiful as can be this summer, the temperatures have been very cool to moderate, but all over the news they are announcing this the hottest July since they started keeping records. Seriously? I'm wearing a sweat suit! Also, I have been battling it out with the husband over the setting on the thermostat and for the first time in my life I seem to think that for ultimate comfort the air conditioner should be set to cool at 76. My other fear because of the fuzzy thinking is that my heavy metal levels are up again. I would be devastated to find that the heavy metals are coming from utopia. DEVASTATED.
And while devastations is on my mind, I'll tell you that these clear cloudless blue skies are actually starting to get on my nerve. Devastation might be a little strong, maybe it's more like big disappointment or constant frustration. I can't tell just anyone this, but one of my photographer friends gave me a call the other day and as soon as I mentioned that the weather was almost too good, she completely understood. Give me fog! Give me haze! Overcast skies! Cloud dotted sunsets! Anything but cloudless skies!!
okay photo rant over.