Friday, November 20, 2009
Slept well last night, nice for a change, hope soon to be able to drift off to sleep without any problems.
As soon as I woke this morning everything hurt like hell and I started crying softly, despite trying to keep quiet Richie heard me and came over to kiss me and hold my hand.
Poor Spike and Marleen came rushing in as soon as Richie opened the door to the front room.
Spike squeaking dramatically, they too had heard me crying and were right by my bed.
They are very sweet little dogs and seem to be very concerned about me which is very sweet.
Will be getting a friend to get me some essential oils, that Rain sent me the names of recently, to help me sleep.
They are: bergamot, lavender, mandarin, chamomile, marjoram & spikenard
I will also be getting the essential oils that Rain found that are good for muscle spasms.
Calming Blend for Muscle Spasms
Massage Oil: 5 drops Marjoram
3 drops Rosemary
2 drops Lavender
2 drops Orange
Mix the essential oils together and add to 1 ounce of sweet almond oil, looking forward to trying this soon.
I think that I will start to drink herbal teas again, like valerian and chamomile, they used to work very well and add some THC and sleep was guaranteed.
Today started really well, blue skies and sunshine and then some mackerel clouds drifted in.
This is usually a sign the weather will be changing and it did, just quicker than we both thought.
Within about 30 minutes the cloud cover was extremely thick and it got dark and started to rain.
It has not stopped all day, which has not pleased the dogs at all; Marleen stopped looking out of the window as soon as the rain started.
She is quite a grand sight sniffing her disapproval and leaving none of us in any doubt that we have all fucked the weather up.
It is of course all our fault, shame she was so happy and playful while it looked like a nice day.
And then we made it rain!
Amazing characters our dogs, guess they all are, glad we got them, it has been good to get to know and appreciate them.
I admire the optimism of dogs think we can learn a lesson from dogs and that is living in the moment.
Which they do so very well.