I was told I am very contageous right now, and that I had to be careful. I was explainging that in moving My Husbands mother this morning that she doesn't seem to be able to move herself unless I guided her and kept my hand on her to 'lift her up'. This was very successful, but that is what gave me the 'spike' this morning when we got her to her room. It was a ginormous one!
I got told I have a slightly lop sided grin that gives away that I am high and that it makes everybody else feel better and smile, but that I need to keep myself away from friends over this Christmas and be very quiet. No Beer at all! and no coffee unless it's decaffinated. My Husband said he would take me to Coopers Coffee shop who is the main importer and blender here in Jersey to see if they had something I enjoy that's decaffinated. I will give up the beer if I can have a decent cup of coffee in the morning.
It's difficult not to get high and mesmerised by all the flashing lights and Christmas decorations twinkling. This is realy why we don't have many. We put up a nice swag over the mantel, and use lots of candles, which I find relaxing, instead of flashing electric lights. I think I also need to stop drinking ginger beer, even though it's not alcoholic, it makes me feel drunk. Anything sugary seems to do it.
I was told I was a high priority as they don't want me back in hospital. I don't mind, but I would rather not be. I also think I need to stop using this as much, as this might be making me 'high'. If you do visit, I might not post every day for a bit. I need to get some kind of stability, and I need a dark cardboard box for that!
I am going to try laying out that picture and hopefully have it coming together over the next couple of days so I will take some photos as I do it. I like doing this blog thing, but I don't want it to be obsessive. I would also like to go shopping, and get my Husband something nice for Christmas, but as I am high I would definately spend 'too much' money! He would be worth every penny spent on Him. I must just go and buy a card. Perhaps we could choose something He would like together.
Well that's all for today, have a blessed sleep with lots of wonderful things to do tomorrow.