Today is my injection in the derriere. Amazingly, I didn’t feel ill mentally last night like I normally do when my medication levels drop to it’s lowest level of the two weeks. Dad asked me last night how I felt and I told him fine. “You look good,” he said. “You look like you’re taking good care of yourself, Maggie, and the house.”
Injection day is a special day because I get to get three regular 20oz Coca-Colas from the pharmacy on top of my six I got at 4 AM this morning. We also weigh me to see if I’ve gained weight or lost. I hope I’ve gained above 185 pounds so dad will leave me alone about the bulimia. I’ve done really well about that lately. I’ve only purged once in two weeks when I got indigestion.
My Windows Vista install decided to crap out on me yesterday. Windows update wouldn’t work and I was getting all sorts of errors. Frustrated, I downloaded an evaluation copy of Windows 7 Ultimate – the next iteration of Microsoft’s Windows line of operating systems. The install went flawless and I was soon back up and running without problems.
Now, I have 30 days to come up with $219.99 for a license to update the evaluation copy to a full licensed version. This is going to prove daunting. I am already obsessing over it immensely this morning. I dropped hints to mom that I was going to need a couple of hundred bucks in the next 30 days. She didn’t sound too enthused. I guess I could always go back to Vista or Windows XP. I have a license for both of those.