I have nothing to exciting to report about today. I felt really out of whack today so I had to take it easy. I was really dizzy, light-headed and my whole body felt clammy and tingly. I was seeing stars every time I tried to focus on something and felt very weak and tired. I think I may have had low blood sugar or something. After a call to my Aunt Konny for her medical advice (I'm so grateful I have her... she's the best resource I could ever ask for!) I decided to just take it easy today and not strain myself. I got the essentials done for the day like picking up the house and making the beds, getting me and Baily ready for the day, tending to Mya's needs and reading my scriptures. Then I just relaxed the rest of the day. I was able to get a lot of reading in and I'm so sucked into this book! I'm about half way through and I'm sure I'll be done with the first book soon. My cousin dropped off the other 2 books in the series so it's great that I won't have to try and find them at the library or scrape up the funds to buy them. Thanks Becca!
My beautiful niece also came by and brought Baily and I some pizza and soda for lunch. It was so sweet of her and was a nice break for since I didn't have to make lunch or clean up. I love surprises... especially when they have to do with food! Thanks so much Emely! I love ya'!
After Robert got home we sat outside for a while while Baily played around. It wasn't as nice today as it's been in the past couple days though and was actually a little hot. I was so bummed that I had to turn my AC back on! Hopefully for not much longer though. Baily helped me get dinner and dessert made. We were planning on having a bbq tonight but Robert's mom kind of forgot about it so we're gonna do it tomorrow. I'm excited... I've been craving bbq food. Anyway tonight we had tomato baked chicken and it was pretty good. I think out of the 3 of us Baily like it the best. She loves tomatos and chicken and parmesan cheese so of course it was a big hit with her. She was so proud of the banana cream pie she made for dessert... ok I may have helped a little bit but she gets all the credit. She was so proud of her creation. It took a lot of patience on my part to let her help with dinner and dessert but she had such a good time. I need to let her help more often. For FHE we read the First Presidency's message from this month's Ensign. It was called "They Marked the Path to Follow" by Pres. Monson. He talked about the many examples we have to look up to and try to follow from all the way back in Old Testament times to modern day prophets. It was a great article. After that we enjoyed our dessert and hung out outside for a while. Then it was just normal routine stuff and off to dream land. Nothing too exciting today but no complaints at all!