Maybe not literally, at least not yet, but I can hardly do anything! I don't even have the energy to prepare meals, so I'm doubly knocking myself out. It's a downward spiral, that's for sure! My head is heavy and groggy, my thoughts are fuzzy, my ears are ringing more than usual. But I don't sleep well because there was hardly any physical activity during the day, and that adds to the trouble too.
Fridays are my new "afternoon off" according to Tony. He said he'll give me time off every Friday from 3-5, and today I'm thinking of taking the laptop to some local place that has free wi-fi, where I will either begin planning a routine to fit in more essentials and fun stuff, or just read blogs and catch up on stuff like that. So I'm thinking I ought to go force feed myself (did I mention that besides not having the energy to prepare food, the heat also kills my appetite?) so I will have the energy and brain power to enjoy my time off.
There's a heat advisory in effect here today. Telling people to stay inside with air conditioning and drink plenty of fluids, and check on elderly family and neighbors. Tony won't care and might still try to take our son out to do something so I can just stay here, but I think it would be better if they had a cooler place to hang out. I say cooler because we don't use the AC from noon til because the rate goes up during that time. However, even my cheapskate-ness has limits and if it gets too hot inside the AC's going on! It's hard to say what temp that is, as our thermometer is not accurate, nor is the inaccuracy consistent. We've tested it against a digital thermometer and when it's cool in here-like winter time, the temp can be off by as much as 10 degrees (reads high). But in the summer it can show 90 and be 86. So I just don't trust it, and go by feel most of the time.
This sure turned into a long post for someone who hasn't done much this week, therefore doesn't have much exciting to share. Tomorrow I will go to the farmer's market and trade a pound of cheese for a few pounds of plums, see what other deals are out there, and then go to a used curriculum fair for homeschoolers. Next week we go to the statewide homeschool conference, with lots of vendors and more workshops than I can fit into the time allotted. Speaking of that, perhaps I'll pour a cold drink, grab some cheese and finally choose just which workshops I'll go to! Stay cool, everyone!