Day 127: Fog.

Happy Friday and Day 127 of Another 100 Days of Hannah …and Counting, y’all!
So, for the first time, really, since starting this job in December, it’s like really foggy out.
Which, shouldn’t be surprising, because – spring.
Right now I’m trying to make the decision of whether or not to drive to work.  I mean, it’s not terrible – yet, but the fog is getting worse by the minute it would seem.  Like my neighbor’s house across the road?  Pretty solidly gone.
I guess we’ll give it 30 minutes and see what happens.
In any case… I’m not really sure what I have to talk about today.
(Ope, the neighbor’s house is completely gone now.)
I know I talked the other day about how I’ve been more and more tired in the mornings for a while now. So, for the first time ever really, I decided to set my morning alarm a little bit later – back to 5:30a.  I mean, I was sleeping in that late anyway.
I’m not sure if I can tell much of a difference today, even though I went to bed before 9:20p the last two nights.  So, I’m not really sure what’s going on.
My dad wonders if I need to exercise more – if my habitual constant movement (that has admittedly been reduced as of late, despite the fact that I’m running in place while writing this message) actually gives me more energy.  It’s definitely a potential.  But, in my mind, that would mean that I should’ve been wide awake after PT last night – I wasn’t.  Oh well.
From there though, if anyone has ideas or suggestions on things to try (other than caffeine, which we all know does bad things for Hannah’s), you know where to find me!
(Ope, can’t see the road now.)
And, since I’m not really sure what else to say today, I guess I’ll leave it at that, and go spend some time working on the Friendship Continuum graph that my therapist is interested in seeing.
Catch y’all tomorrow,

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