If you’re reading today it’s because you’ve figured out that I’ve moved. I felt like it was time. When I started the blog over two years ago it was just sort of this thing that I was doing that I didn’t tell anyone about because I was shy. Now that life has changed and it’s not all about me anymore and will soon be about a bigger version of us I wanted to update to reflect that. Also, it’s easier to find. Now that I’ve got a bit of a following that’s always a handy pass it on to a friend tool.
So there you have it! We are now officially the Rollings In Haiti.
I’m feeling a bit better in all regards. Yesterday night I had a bit of a melt down over pizza. The pizza and Chris’ thoughts about it (he’s a tough crowd – the guy worked at a pizza place for 4 years) were the trigger that let everything else ooze out. Yeah, it was basically oozy. It felt good to just cry though and have someone listen to all my crazy talk. Sometimes I just need to get it out of my system and crying accomplishes that. Thankfully this doesn’t freak my husband out as much as it used too. Funny how people are so afraid of tears. I personally think tears are healthy and show that a person isn’t afraid of expressing how they’re feeling, rather than trying to bottle things to save face. Strength in expression if you will. Anyway, after I “expressed” myself for a while things lightened up a bit. I just felt so frustrated. I’m realizing that maybe this is a time where I just need to look after myself and focus on getting my back better as much as I can. I mean, does it make sense that I get frustrated with how my back is feeling, but tell myself that I can’t do any exercises for it until after 2:30 when the work day is over, even though I can’t really do any physical work. Yeah, welcome to crazy town, a.k.a my brain.
So, today I did some typing and now I’m feeling stiff so I’m going to go do some exercising. Maybe take my computer upstairs and do some Pilates from the video I have.
Chris and I are going to Port tomorrow for several reasons. Grocery shopping. Going to the dealership to check out the vans they have available. And a first here in Haiti – dentist appointments. We want to find someone to go to here in Haiti so we don’t have to pay the hefty fee in Canada, or take the time when we really want to be visiting family and friends. I’ll let you know how that goes.