My stomach must be empty again, because it is making an awful lot of noise when I drink what is left over from my glass of lemonade. I was going to have some coffee, but now I have serious doubts about that. I think I am going to have to eat a bowl of yogurt first, because I am going to run into all sorts of problems if I do not. That's not such a bad thing to have to do, of course. I do enjoy eating a bowl of yogurt, especially when it is such good yogurt like this organic kind is. It is thick and creamy and with a bit of sugar in it, it goes down real easy.
I had planned to take a nap this afternoon, but when I was actually lying down in bed, I realized that I was not that sleepy and that whatever sleep I did feel, I was going to save for tonight. It is warm enough in the apartment not to be uncomfortable and I have thick socks on. I am definitely not suffering from cold feet and even my hands and the tip of my nose are halfway warm. That is almost a newsworthy item with its own little headline. I can always announce it on Facebook.
Well, I just ate the yogurt and I feel ever so much better now. I feel like a newly born human being and no doubt the coffee I am making will settle better in my stomach too. It is amazing what a difference a little bit of food makes to your whole attitude. Now that I can eat at least two things without much of a problem, I do realize how important it is to have a well filled stomach to function on. I had gotten so used to discomfort and pain when I ate, that this is almost a whole new experience for me.
The coffee tastes very nice and is just what I needed for my somewhat sluggish head. The caffeine is hitting all the right spots in my brain and making them work at full speed again. That is ever so much better than sitting here not quite functioning 100%. I have done all I can do now. I have given my stomach good food and my brain caffeine, there is not much more that I can do that would make it better. Oh, I do like it when, on occasion, I take good care of myself. I should really make a habit of it.