It’s been a pretty decent week. It’s been quiet, which is always nice. And I haven’t had as packed a schedule as I did in months past. I also got a little bit of a raise, which is nice. Takes the pressure off a bit.
I’m looking forward to this weekend. Getting some things done that I haven’t been able to do in past weeks, because of weather or conflicts in my schedule. My spouse is also starting to produce more events for the springtime, so that means I get some Saturday evenings to myself. And Sundays, too, because then they rest all day Sunday to recover from the exertion.
March is halfway over, which means there’s only two weeks left for Brain Injury Awareness Month. I haven’t done as much as I’d planned. Not even close. There’s just been so much going on, with snowstorms and cleanup… and then I need to recover afterwards. I’ve also been pretty depressed, on and off, which has put a damper on things.
Of course, it’s all a day in the life of recovery from TBI — especially the depression business. Honestly, it can take so much out of me to deal with everything, it’s amazing I get anything done.
But I do.
And every now and then, I catch a break. Like this weekend, when I’ll have Saturday evening to myself, to do as I please. Make my favorite meal, which my spouse doesn’t like. Watch some shows that I like. Or don’t watch any t.v. at all. Go to bed early. Do as I please.
It’s something to look forward to.