Saturday, 22 May 2004
Reunion weekend was a blast, with much fun and talk and reminiscing and drinking. I paid for it by having a week from hell after where I was constantly tired and unable to catch up. It's over now, and I slept in this morning and feel pretty dang good.
I have noticed that my life feels more stable these days. Not sure it really is, but it feels like it. The two-job household has been going for almost a year now, so we're close to caught up on things and starting the work on the house that we've been planning since we bought it. I've been working out steadily and well since January or February, we've joined the local club so I have a treadmill, a pool, and some weights to work with. We're planning to take up tennis this summer, which should be fun. And things are simply, in general, good.
I don't know how long this will last, because the world seems so very unstable and dangerous right now. But I'm happy that I've gotten to a point where this feels normal. I used to wait for the other shoe to drop, because inevitably it did. And it still does, but I am in a more stable place emotionally, so I don't freak out and panic about it. I just sit back and figure out how to deal with it.
And I know that's short, but I'm out of time. More soon, I hope.
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