I was forced to take a sick day, it was not my plan but my gut gave me no other choice. I got up around eleven and had little to no energy, I drug myself from my room to the dining room table and didn’t make it much further than that for about an hour. Dad and I took a run over to Superstore so I could find some of the items Candice was telling me about yesterday at work. Its a company that specialize in products that have no traces of the 10 most common food allergens such as dairy, gluten, and nuts. I picked up some snack bars and then took a bit of a closer look around that section and found some wheat free waffles and the intestinally challenged version of corn pops. The pops only have like three or four ingredients and they taste pretty awesome with my vanilla almond milk. I’m stoked that I’m finally starting to get a handle on the basics of what I can and can’t eat, now granted I still have a long, long, way to go, but I’m on my way. I’ve accepted the fact that IBS is the closest diagnosis I have right now and I just have to live with that until I either get something more concrete or I get a definite “yes, you have IBS”. Either way it is what it is, and trying to either convince myself or force my body to believe otherwise will just cause me grief.
After five separate attempts I finally found a version of the Leverage premiere that worked and it downloaded this afternoon so I took my laptop downstairs and plugged it into the big screen. It was so epic, everything I wanted it to be and then some. It was basically two episodes put together picking right up where the second season ended. The characters were all in fine form as was the acting, directing, wardrobe, everything you can think of came together flawlessly. Only one thing I can possibly think of that makes it less than perfect is…that I have to wait a whole week for the next episode.