Of all the years for me to decide to write every single day, I had to pick a Leap Year. Consider this a bonus post and in honor of it being a bonus, I’m going to be all over the place in this one.
First of all, I try to take advantage of certain milestones or days to post about since I have to come up with hundreds of ideas to write about. Yesterday, I didn’t realize until after I hit “publish”, that it was my 100th blog post. I have been blogging since May of last year and never thought I would actually make it to triple digit numbers when it came to posting. I’m going to pause and give myself a little pat on the back.
In regards to Leap Year. I have had two feelings about this day. They both have to do with people who were born on February 29th. I remember having a teacher or someone of similar stature, that was born on Leap Day and them saying they were only 7 years old since their birthday only came around every 4 years. I was pretty young – maybe 5 or 6, but I distinctly remember thinking this person has no authority over me. They are only a year older than I am! The second thought was I’m glad I wasn’t born on this day. I wouldn’t get presents every year. So in a nutshell, being born on Leap Day, in my eyes, really sucked. I always felt that birthdays and The Olympics, should come every year.(The summer Olympics – not the B rated, Winter Olympics.) I still don’t know what people do if they were born today as far as tracking their age. Is it counted on February 28th or March 1st? I’m just curious – I’ve lived 35 years and not had enough interest to actually look it up so if you know – go ahead and comment.
My last piece of useless information was that I woke up with hives all over my body today. I have absolutely no idea what they are from, but I was scratching the hell out of my legs, arms, and head last night. I was going to go to urgent care, but I know they would have told me to take some Benadryl. So I saved myself $25 and picked up some allergy drugs at CVS after I dropped Kamryn off at school. The directions said adults over 12 could take 2 and I thought that was a good idea since I was about ready to tear the skin off my body. About 30 minutes later, I was so loopy and tingly, I haven’t been able to move from my chair. I’m no longer itchy and the hives are gone. Thank God I wasn’t born today because I would have been turning 9 (I think) and only been able to take one pill!
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