Now on my second week with an awful head cold, I am due to leave to Nashville for another John Lennon art show. It will be held at the Franklin Art Fair and we are the featured main event. I would love to travel with a clear head, but I guess I have been really lucky all these years and this time is an exception to the rule!
OK, I must confess: I have been completely alcohol free for a month. Yes a month and I want to say, I do not miss it.
Do not get me wrong! I have never been the kind of person to think drinking alcohol was "bad" for you and, in fact, have a reputation as a trainer to be very lenient with alcohol. Well, I kind of had to be, after all, I would be a hypocrite to suggest to a client to give up something I wouldn't.
|This is the fuel source now. It's just water!|
All the power just seemed to fizzle from my nightly glass of wine or vodka/ soda with a squeeze one day. I had just gotten back from Sarasota, Florida and I became obsessed with trying to lighten up our monthly expenses. (Those boys in college, you know!) My husband and I decided to turn our pool into a self-sustaining pond, complete with fish and lily pads. Then the sun came out and my energy escalated and the next thing we knew our vegetable garden was planted. Without my even realizing it, I had not had my nightly fix! Was it because my stress level went down? Was it because my husband decided he didn't want to drink anymore?
Whatever my reasons doesn't matter much to me. I have had my share and if I should want to have a drink in the future, so what? But for now, this feels really good! Oh, and I don't have that monkey on my back saying, "Well, you drank alcohol and it depletes your vitamin C, so that is why you got this cold so intensely!"
No, I just got a bad cold. So what?