Not really hep c related except my shot yesterday kinda pulled the rug out from me yesterday. and today I'm a bit nausea and tired. Not looking forward to the 1 hr. drive each way, but could be worse I could feel like I did yesterday. i'm so glad I took the shot day off of work and the day after.
Mom will be supportive so it will be nice and she is my mom....
I was so out of it at one point I noticed something was in the microwave and I couldn't remember what I put in there, I said oh well I'll wait until the timer is up and then I'll see, it was my heating pad cuz I was craving a little warmth
I noticed that my car tire had some dirt on it because I drove through a puddle. I guess I'll wash it on the weekend if it doesn't rain before then. Oh, I need to remember to get bread and milk on the way home.
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