Yesterday was a loooooonnnnnggggg day
I already violated some proprietary guidelines for the nail business! Oops. So, I fixed it by editing yesterday's poetry post. Basically, serendipity appeared once again in my life and I started my business that I tied in with poetry & aesthetics with the onset of National Poetry Month, which yes, is indeed the month of April. So, I'm creating a little poem to help introduce the nail colors not only to any potential clients, but also to help me remember them.
So, I learned how to use Canva yesterday (much easier than Word or Adobe for content production on social media) and launched my April poetry odes to color.
Our day began at 7:45 yesterday morning, when we arrived for hubs's eye appointment. It's the biggest lingering symptom he has--the double/wonky vision. We knew he'd be fitted for the prism lens(es) and were both very hopeful that it would help him out to a point he could drive, see the computer without the eye patch, etc. His problem is with his left eye, although he can wear a patch over either eye and can see properly (just can't use both eyes together). So, he has a left-side prism lens on his prescription glasses now. Sadly, it hasn't improved his vision much, if at all. It may be that he needs to adjust to it yet, but this is beginning to look like a permanent condition. It was disappointing.
Yesterday was also his birthday (I call him my favorite April Fool for obvious reasons!!!) and the first full day he put in since the stroke. He was completely wiped out last night, plus his eyes were fatigued from trying to get used to the prism lens. We went out to eat with good friends-another couple we hang out with regularly (Mike & Hannah). We had a nice time, but basically crashed as soon as we got home.
Tons to do today, too. It's already noon, and I've had a productive morning so far, but it feels like I've barely made a dent on the stuff I still need to get to. Agggh. This is definitely a familiar feeling, and I'm happy to be humaning again. I just need to remember to take baby steps and not rush to get everything done. Last thing we need is for me to be too sick to be the husband Uber. So, yeah. Deep breaths. I got this. I think.