I have to tell you that March has not been a very fun month. I started it off with that week-long migraine, spent about another week and a half still having rebound headaches, plus (for some strange reason) nothing that I ate tasted right. I felt as though I were slurping all my food through a dirty exhaust pipe or something. Of course, having a stinking headache and a bad taste in your mouth cuts down drastically on the whole stress-eating thing, so I have lost some weight this month! Silver lining, right?
Anyway, this last week things have finally begun settling down a little. Food tastes better, the headaches are not as bad - heck, I even got the house cleaned up! We had friends over last night for dinner and movies, and it was a blast. Today we're taking the kids and going to see "How to Train Your Dragon", because we've been waiting impatiently for what seems like a very long time for it to hit the theaters. Tomorrow is church, which is always good, and the middle school youth are coming to our house tomorrow night. My sister is also coming to see me (yay!), so I'm really looking forward to that.
Then comes Monday, though. Monday morning I get to wake up bright and early - and hungry - and Melinda is going to drive me to the hospital to have sinus surgery. I am having a deviated septum repaired, enlarged turbines reduced, and very narrow sinus passages enlarged. It's outpatient surgery, and according to the doctor it's not horribly invasive or anything (although I'm thinking that running a bunch of stuff up my nose is pretty invasive, but what do I know?). Then I get to come home and be drugged up for a couple days, which my sister informs me will provide her with endless opportunities for amusement. Hopefully once everything heals up my headaches will be greatly diminished, which is a wonderful thought.
So, since I've been pretty much MIA this month, and the next week or so isn't looking too good on the blogging front either, I figured I should check in and let the world know I'm still alive and kicking. I should be functional enough to type before Easter, but just in case - I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter! Enjoy the sunshine, folks!