mjj (flemmings) wrote,

The side streets have been paved at last, which is a great relief because I have an acupuncture appointment tomorrow. It's a block from Bathurst and Bloor, meaning closer than any studio has ever been. Also up two flights of stairs, but that I can manage. Buoyed by another lost kilo, however long that goes on for. This 'one pund a month' thing is torture, because that's not how I've ever lost weight before. But sedentary will do it to you. And hopefully the needles will debloat me a little. The really good debloating acupuncturist is still too far away to get to, but one takes what one can get.

Just hope G isn't too put off by my allergy cough, which the drenching rain of last week has brought back to life. It's still not as bad as in an ordinary year, but will require constant cough drops, a problem when you're masked and trying not to touch your face.

Has become cooler for a spell- high in the upper twenties not the low 30s- and I used the window fan last night. This won't last: truly cooler temps aren't forecast until next month. However the generous government just put another $500 in my bank account, which will ease the pain of this month's electricity bill. Well actually, it eased the pain of the electrician, but still. Pain eased.
Tags: health, rl_20

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