I am well aware that I probably shouldn’t be waking at all but I’m walking slower than normal. I delivered mail that got put in my box by accident by Royal Mail. I found the close but there was no numbers so I left the please do not bend brown envelope on the green electricity box at the top of their close. It’s for the initial P N at number 9 of NGs. I can’t be any more discreet than that. I don’t want the wrong person claiming it. I would have tried to find the house number of it hadn’t been one of those really close together estates where everything seems interlinked. I was nervous so didn’t want to appear suspicious. I only dropped it off because I happened to know where the street was as it’s around the corner from me. I didn’t have to do it, I could have put not known at this address and who knows where the envelope would have ended up then.
I can’t believe how hot it has got at the moment. I’m glad that it finally stopped raining. I’m not so happy with the fact the nice weather always brings me hay fever symptoms. I can’t wear any of my summery dresses because I’m too large for them right now. I am making the effort to lose the weight though. Long walks (in between ankle being a pain in the ass), started toning exercises because my stomach was really bugging me. It takes weeks/months to see results. I’m still cutting down the alcohol to nothing and don’t think I will start to see w huge difference until I’ve cut that side out all together. I have better skin already for cutting down. I have just two little bottles left so soon I will have cut down to no alcohol. I feel lots better physically and mentally for just cutting down. I drink more water than I ever have in my entire life nowadays. I still enjoy a bottle of Pepsi/cola when I’m walking (not so much this time of year as it tastes absolutely awful when it warms up). Everything in moderation is okay. That doesn’t make your skin go dry and spotty or make you get a tubby middle. I’m short so as soon as I gain any excess weight I start looking dumpy. I’ve been active from a young age: I can only walk as far regularly because I used to get away from stuff going on away from home by walking. I did the same when I was living in places that weren’t the nicest (I.e residential care home for autistic people). I go for a walk now to get out where I’m not on my own. I like my own company but being inside 24/7 isn’t good for anyone. I got so used to walking that I find it weird not to get out on a daily basis. I get a little frustrated when I’m ill and can’t go out for a bit. That can be a monthly occurrence when my hormones are concerned.