My stress level is high these days, but it’s nothing compared to my husband’s level. It’s severe. So severe that it’s probably burning a hole in his stomach. For the last several weeks, his stomach has been difficult. He threw up this morning too. This is important because he never throws up. EVER. I can throw up at the drop of a pin but not him. His willpower rivals that of Superman’s bulletproof skin.
Of course, bad food and snaky roads will also cause you to have an upset stomach. Did you know adults can get car sick too? It’s not just kids. Yep. Even sitting in the front seat it can happen. That’s when I move to the driver’s seat. (If you didn’t get that, I’m the one who gets car sick. Always have and, it seems, always will.)
No writing is getting done right now. When I’m not packing and planning for the upcoming move, I’m playing games on my iPad or reading. I pack and play a lot. My books have all been packed as of yesterday.
OMG! My books are PACKED??? I have nothing to read???? Nope, my library rocks. I have a couple books on hold right now. Luckily I just finished reading a book so I’m still riding off that high. Unfortunately, it was so good I whooshed through it like it was nothing.
Death of a Darklord by Laurell K. Hamilton. She’s an AWESOME writer! Her books totally rock. The book is like horror D&D. Between playing Baldur’s Gate and reading about mages/clerics/fighters/zombies, I was in D&D HEAVEN! It’s a horror book set in the mythical, evil land of Kartakass. Magic is considered evil. That’s unfortunate as one of the main characters, Elaine, has just found out she has magic and if she doesn’t train as a mage, her magic will kill her and perhaps those around her.
Awesome book. Totally awesome. Perfect for horror and fantasy lovers.
Here’s a little something funny for all those suffering from stress:
Enjoy your day! Remember that stress may kill people, but laughter kills stress so laugh as often as you can!