Thanks for the kind words. I'm less sore today but still nursing a few bruises. No volleyball on the court but met the girls for 2 for 1 drinks and ladies night appetizers, though I stuck to a soda. I'd like to say I've developed will power to not spend anything, but what's the fun in always staying behind?
While DD2 was at her rescheduled pictures and practice, I popped into Target for eye make-up remover, Visine, and nickel free post earings. She let her pierced ears begin to close so needs a simple pair to wear to train her holes open again for her costumes. I'd have loved a Starbucks, but passed. I did not pass up a few clearanced bargains.
Big cans of Market Pantry pumpkin were only $1.14. I'll get a triple batch of pumpkin bread, or use with cake mix for a quick, inexpensive, and marginally healthier desert bar. Cranberry jelly was $ .74, so nabbed one for sliced turkey breast dinner. A few varieties of Cliff, Fiber One, and Kashi bars were 1/2 price and will restock my desk, and a winter blend coffee that will meet my caffeine fix, was $4.94. These purchases put me over my goal, but all practical buys.
I don't know if prescribed is the right word, but I'm still having insomnia, and months ago Melatonin was added to my vitamin and mineral list at my doctors visit. I finally gave it a try. I stayed asleep most of the night, but more time is needed for a verdict. The bottle had a clear message that it should be used under doctor knowledge, so must have some potency. If this helps, it could be a life changer as I've been lucky to get 2-3 hours sleep before I'm awake for hours, exhausted much of the time. Anyone else use Melatonin and what has been your experience?