Yesterday morning I woke up with a headache. I don't get headaches very often, and I'm grateful. Yesterday's headache was bad. I had some nausea and dizziness with it. When I got to church, there were people with questions. I referred them all to Administrative Assistant. I thought once worship started I did pretty well. I had to catch myself a couple of times and I struggled with balance, but I thought I covered pretty well.
I took Daughter to lunch and then dropped her off at her house. I then came home and did nothing for the rest of the day. I got comfortable in bed and did some reading and played some computer games. This morning I woke up headache free. (I had it all day yesterday.) I actually got to the church before AA this morning, and it was a productive day.
I had announced yesterday in worship that people could bring their poinsettias in today or tomorrow, and they could wave and stay hi as they went by the office, but not hang around, as we'd be busy. The congregation laughed, and for the most part respected that request today. One man stopped by in the afternoon. He walked over to me, put his hand on my shoulder and said, "Are you okay?" I hadn't spoken to him yesterday, though I know he was in worship. I assured him I was fine, and headache free. He told me he'd been worried about my yesterday, and wondered if I'd make it through the service. Once he knew I was okay, he left. I guess I didn't do that good a job of covering my discomfort.
I will be picking Daughter up tomorrow evening. She will spend Wednesday folding bulletins. AA 2 adult kids are home for Christmas and may get drafted, too. I think we drafted them last year, too. Things at the church are in pretty good shape. My house is a mess. Daughter promised she'd help me with cleaning when she gets here. I'm grateful.