I am still having insomnia issues. And jitteri-ness. And a little bit of irritableness. My girls know that I quit smoking, but I don't know if they've really realized it. They haven't said much about it.
My "sister" across the street is being supportive. That helps. She quit smoking a cigarette the other day when I came across the street to see her. A far cry from the days of she and I sitting together on the respective porches smoking and chatting. I miss chatting with her, though. Think I can handle sitting on the porch talking with her and drinking coffee while she smokes and I don't?
I am past the three days but still seem to have problems with feeling "at odds". Hard to explain. I am ready to have a restful night of sleep again, I can tell you that right now. My mom got me some Tylenol PM when I was wracked with the flu a couple of weeks ago. I might have to give it a shot tonight. I need some sleep.
At least today I wasn't sitting comatose on my couch being a complete bum. I got quite a bit done today, as a matter of fact. And it's weird to not have my life revolving on when the next cigarette break is going to be.
For the record; I did tell my friend on the ski trip what I was doing and she was very supportive of me and my goal. I'm very grateful to have her back in my life again after so many years!!
On a completely different subject; I got my first test grade back for one of my classes....98% thankyouverymuch!! I feel pretty good about that!
My six year old is going to be in the talent show this weekend at school. She will be displaying some art work. I am warming up the video cam!
Thanks for your continued prayers.