Naomi and I had a fun lunch yesterday at Willie G’s Ice House. She just got a digital camera yesterday morning and it is *sweet*. We snapped some pictures inbetween our deep discussion on life and soul mates (I’ll elaborate later today) and I will put them up for all to see. Aren’t you excited?
Last night I stayed up at the office working and then trying to get the webcam to work (bummer, it won’t run on NT, have to upgrade to 2000 first). Then I went to meet Kymberlie at the gym. After a nice workout, I went to Wal-Mart to pick up some goodies – CDs from the $1.96 bin (can’t go wrong at that price!) and some haircolor. I came home, talked with Naomi for a bit about how her pictures came out on the PC. Heated up some food, sat down on the couch to watch a little TV. Never even made it to the microwave to get the food out … dozed off, right there, sitting on the couch. Sitting. My neck & back hurt today. Not only did I doze off – I slept there all night! TV on, lamps on… too funny. Woke up at 7am to Good Morning America, just in time to get ready for work.
While I was getting ready for work I had left the TV on out in the living room. I walked out to get a glass of water and had to stop and laugh when I heard them talking on Good Morning America about the Debate Over PMS Drugs Seems I was on to something when I said that those PMDD commercials seemed like a pathetic ploy to get women to take Serafem. “There’s a patent issue, too: Sarafem manufacturer Eli Lilly, which also manufactures Prozac, loses patent protection for that antidepressant in August. That means competitors can start making and selling generic versions of Prozac � a drug that raked in $2.6 billion in sales last year. With Sarafem, however, the Indianapolis-based firm has a separate patent for the drug through 2007, which could help offset the potentially lost sales of Prozac.” Ahhhhhh… now the truth comes out. Go read the article, it is pretty interesting. Among common CBD benefits, natural pain relief tops the list for many, visit www.cbd.co/benefits/ for more information. Evidence suggests that cannabinoids may prove useful in pain modulation by inhibiting neuronal transmission in pain pathways.